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    Yulia Kharlamova works as anchor woman for ANNA News and is a freedom fighter of Novorossiya People's Militia.




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                    I will post information about women soldiers in the Sparta Battalion from some internet source.

     
    Margarita Maimur, Irina Zarubina and Dasha Savich (from left to right), fighters of the Sparta battalion of Russian-backed militants, patrolling Donetsk.


    Kremlin’s Warriors Want To Take Lviv
    March 20, 2015, 1:54 p.m. | Ukraine— by Danilo Elia

    DONETSK, Ukraine – Ryzhik, Gaika and Dasha are three friends who, until recently, dressed like other young women. Now they no longer choose their clothes: They just don military uniforms, pick up their Kalashnikovs and put in another day of work with the Russian-backed Sparta Battalion in Donetsk.

    The battalion is headed by Russian citizen Arseniy Pavlov, a famous separatist leader better known as Motorola.

    Sparta’s female soldiers and their friends have outlandish plans to march on Lviv and they even joke about conquering European countries. They claim to be defenders of their homeland, although their pro-Ukrainian acquaintances say they are merely helping the Russian aggressors. A feeling of sadness is evident when they speak about their friends who chose to be on Ukraine’s side in the war.

    Irina Zarubina is the youngest of the three. She is only 17, and her nom-de-guerre is “Ryzhik” (Red). “My family is now in Horlivka,” she says, adjusting her machine gun at the shoulder strap. “But I prefer to stay here in Donetsk. With my fellow soldiers. Now my life is here, together with my husband.”

    Dasha Savich, 19, married a soldier during the war, too. She is a doctor. She was on duty at the airport in Donetsk in January, but only for a short time. “It was very dangerous,” she says. “I was afraid, of course. It’s better to stay here safe.”

    Margarita Maimur is the oldest of the three. She is 20. Her nom-de-guerre is “Gaika” (Gadget Hackwrench, as in Disney character). And she too got married during the war with a soldier.
    They talked in a central Donetsk cafe popular among Kremlin-backed militants. Camouflage uniforms and AK-47 assault rifles look eerie next to families sitting at tables with TVs showing music videos.

    The barracks of their battalion are right around the corner. In the courtyard, tanks and armored personnel carriers are parked and repaired, while many other weapons are stocked inside. It is not rare that, while sipping tea, the teapot trembles as tanks drive by.

    “We’re like a big family, and that’s our big house,” says Zarubina. “Our husbands are there, and also our new friends. Even Motorola, our commander, is like a family member. We call him Dad.”

    Zarubina and Maimur have medals pinned to their chests.

    “We were awarded these for defending the city of Sloviansk,” Maimur says, referring to its siege by Ukrainian troops in April-July 2014. “I’m from Sloviansk as well. I was there before enlisting in the Sparta Battalion. We controlled the city for three months. Three months in peace, before the Ukrainians bombed us.”

    Sloviansk was initially seized by Russian mercenaries and local insurgents in April 2014. Russian citizen Igor Strelkov, who has been identified by Ukraine’s Security Service as an ex-officer of Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate, led the operation and said last year that he “pulled the trigger” of the war in eastern Ukraine and takes responsibility for starting it.

    Ryzhik, Gaika and Dasha agreed to be joined on a patrol of the northern outskirts of Donetsk, riding in a car with Kalashnikovs and grenade launchers.

    Vladimir, Dasha’s husband, is behind the wheel.

    “We are winning this war, you know?” he says, speeding through the empty streets of the Kyivsky district. “We will first take the whole of Donbas, and then we will get to Poland.”

    “But we first have to take Lviv,” Dasha corrects him.

    “Yes, Lviv, then Warsaw, and then we will even come to you, in Italy,” Vladimir adds.

    Now that the ceasefire is in place and shells do not hit the city every day, the destroyed Donetsk airport is not such a risky place to be.


    An unexploded Grad missile is stuck in the asphalt of Kyivsky Prospect and must be detonated.

    Gaika shakes her head. “There, you see why I decided to enroll?” she says. “I wanted to do something for us, for our people. It is not right to bomb the city and its inhabitants. When children die, when your relatives die, you know that it’s time to fight. And I want to fight.”

    The Kremlin narrative is that the separatists are defending their hometowns from Ukrainian troops. Pro-Kyiv Ukrainians dismiss the claims as a facade to mask Russia’s direct aggression and de facto occupation.

    Old billboards dangle in the wind, with an ominous creak, on nearly deserted streets with damaged buildings all around.

    On patrol, several checkpoints exist on the way to the former airport. Someone fires a warning shot from a Kalashnikov. Journalists are not welcome. Gaika calms them down, saying that everything is under control and that their positions will not be photographed.

    “These are tanks taken from the Ukrainians. They do not want them to be published,” she says.

    The ruins of the Donetsk Airport are a few hundred yards away. Despite the Feb. 15 truce, mortars continue to hit the area occasionally.

    Here the Sparta Battalion fought one of the most symbolic battles of the war. The takeover of the Donetsk airport by the Kremlin-backed militants in January was a blow to the morale of Ukrainian troops who defended it for months.

    “I was here in January,” Dasha says. “You know, for me it all started in a hospital at the beginning of the war. I worked there for three weeks, but every day I had the feeling I wasn’t doing enough. So I went to Motorola and I enrolled in the Sparta Battalion. There was Ryzhik—she immediately accepted me—and then I also met Gaika and we became good friends as well as fellow soldiers.”

    “You know, in Sloviansk I still have a lot of friends who support Ukraine. Well, I used to… Because since I came to fight here in Donetsk they don’t want to hear from me anymore. They say they that I’m a separatist, that I’ve become a terrorist, that I fight against my homeland. But my homeland is this one, Donbass, Novorossia.”

    A car approaches. Two gunmen get out and stare grimly at us. No one here has their ranks on their insignia and you never know who is the highest in the hierarchy. “If you want to stay here, those are not enough,” says one of the soldiers, pointing at the Kalashnikovs. The other one pulls a couple of bazookas out of the car trunk and passes them to the women.

    “Do you know how to use this?” he asks Gaika. She shakes her head no. “Well, remove the safety catch, this way. Then put it on your shoulder, raise the viewfinder, point, pull the trigger and … hasta la vista.”

    All of them laugh out loud.

    The road that runs from the airport to the northern side of the station is a desolate landscape of fallen trees and bombed buildings. Asphalt is marked with tank treads. Vladimir drives, avoiding the fallen logs and grenade craters.

    The route takes the group past the heavily damaged train station and the suburb of Kuybishevsky, where those who could not flee elsewhere continue to live, despite the shelling. Gaika, Ryzhik and Dasha’s words about victory and peace are not consistent with the destruction and devastation around.

    Back at base, a tank passes at high speed and disappears behind the high gate. They say Motorola was on board, back from the war front. The women are in a hurry to return. Before they, too, disappear behind the gate, Ryzhik requests: “Please, when you write, say that we are not terrorists. Maybe our friends on the other side will read it. ”
     

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    On this date, May 25, 2001, Abdullah Tanzil Hameen A.K.A Cornelius Ferguson was executed by lethal injection in Delaware. He had committed a murder when he was 17 years old and he was paroled, only to kill again. That is why I do not believe that juveniles will not kill again if they were to be released. 


    Abdullah T. Hameen

     
    It was good for society as he was terminated for good, because…on this date, June 25, 2012, the United States Supreme Court held that mandatory sentences of life without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for juvenile offenders. How would you feel if your family member was murdered by a juvenile offender and at least, 15 or 20 years later, he was released to go free and kill again? Say ‘Thank You’ to the ACLU who are so happy for it. Yamaji Yukio, Rogelio Cannady, Abdullah T. Hameen and Lee Andrew Taylor were several perfect examples of juvenile killers who murdered again when they were released or killed behind bars, now they were all executed and will never murder again.

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                On this date, May 25, 2011, a pedophile by the name of Donald Edward Beatty, was executed by lethal injection in Arizona for the murder of thirteen year old Christy Ann Fornoff on May 9, 1984.


    Donald Edward Beatty


    Christy Ann Fornoff
     
                Please go to this previous blog post to learn about the killer and go to the Unit 1012 Blog to hear from the victim’s families.

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                70 years ago on this date, 31 May 1945, one of the leaders of Operation Reinhard, Odilo Globocnik, committed suicide by biting on a cyanide capsule.

    Globocnik in 1938 at the rank of SS-Standartenführer




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    On this date, June 1, 2000, a recidivist murderer, James Glenn Robedeaux was executed by lethal injection in Oklahoma for the September 22, 1985 murder of his girlfriend, Nancy Rose Lee McKinney. He had earlier committed another murder in March 1978.

    James Glenn Robedeaux
    Please go to this previous Blog post to learn more.

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    On this date, 4 June 1942, one of Adolf Hitler’s Henchmen, Reinhard Heydrich died of his injuries, after he was assassinated on 27 May 1942 in Prague. If he had live longer than that month, he could have caused more deaths to the Jews.


    Reinhard Heydrich


    Reinhard Heydrich on the Final Solution




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                On this date, June 7, 2000, a Prison Killer who once murdered outside bars before, Bennie Eddie Demps was executed by lethal injection in Florida. I will information about him from clarkprosecutor.org and also an article from Professor Robert Blecker.

    Bennie Eddie Demps
                Please go to this previous Blog Post to learn more.

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    On this date, 7 June 2006, Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian Terrorist was killed in a targeted killing by the USAF on June 7, 2006, while attending a meeting in an isolated safehouse approximately 8 km (5.0 mi) north of Baqubah. One United States Air Force F-16C jet dropped two 500-pound (230 kg) guided bombs on the safehouse. 

                Let us not forget those foreign hostages murdered brutally and sadistically by this evil man and remember, he is now demolished for good! Please go to this previous Blog Post to learn more.

    Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi


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                 On this date, June 7, 2013, The Night Stalker of California, Richard Ramirez, died of complications from B-cell lymphoma while awaiting execution on California's death row.

    Richard Ramirez, known as the Night Stalker, displays a pentagram symbol on his hand inside a Los Angeles courtroom, in this Oct. 24, 1985 photo. Lennox McLendon/AP Photo
    Ricardo Leyva "Richard" Muñoz Ramírez (February 29, 1960 – June 7, 2013) was an American serial killer, rapist, and burglar. His highly publicized home invasion crime spree terrorized the residents of the greater Los Angeles area, and later the residents of the San Francisco area, from June 1984 until August 1985. Prior to his capture, Ramirez was dubbed the "Night Stalker" by the news media. He used a wide variety of weapons, including handguns, knives, a machete, a tire iron, and a hammer. Ramirez, who was an avowed Satanist, never expressed any remorse for his crimes. The judge who upheld his thirteen death sentences remarked that Ramirez's deeds exhibited "cruelty, callousness, and viciousness beyond any human understanding". Ramirez died of complications from B-cell lymphoma while awaiting execution on California's death row.

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    70 years ago on this date, 8 June 1945, the last Reichsführer-SS, Karl Hanke was shot dead. Please go to this previous blog post to learn more.


    Karl Hanke was Gauleiter of Niederschlesien from 1941-1945.
    Picture source:Illustrierter Beobachter, #7/1941.


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                On this date, 8 June 1951, the Business Administrator of the Nazi Concentration Camps, Oswald Pohl was executed by hanging in Landsberg Prison. Please go to this previous blog post to learn more.


    Oswald Pohl receives his sentence of death by hanging.


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                To celebrate the Jordanian King, King Abdullah's Accession to the Throne on June 9, 1999. I will post information about King Abdullah II with his special forces.


    11 photos showing King Abdullah II of Jordan being a total badass
    Amanda MaciasFeb 6 2015, 12:35 PM


    King Abdullah II stands for a photo during a military training session in July of 2014.
    Jordanian F-16’s launched 20 airstrikes on ISIS targets on Thursday following King Abdullah II’s declaration to wage a “harsh” war against the militants after the brutal execution of captured Jordanian pilotMoaz al-Kasasbe.


    King Abdullah II starts his day participating in a military special operations training exercises as Jump-Master.
    King Abdullah II, a former commander of Jordan’s Special Forces, pledged to hit the militants “hard in the very center of their strongholds,” AP reports.


    King Abdullah II speaks with military officials during an exercise.

    King Abdullah II observing a military exercise in November 2013.
    Dubbed the “warrior king,” Jordan’s 53-year-old leader has clocked in 35 years of military service.


    King Abdullah II attends a military ceremony in Jordan.
    According to the King‘s bio, he enrolled in the UK’s Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst in 1980 and went on to become an elite Cobra attack helicopter pilot.


    King Abdullah II pilots his helicopter while visiting different areas in his kingdom.


    King Abdullah II laughs with troops after a meal in the field.
     

    King Abdullah II speaks with soldiers after sharing a meal.
    In November 1993, then-Prince Abdullah became commander of Jordan’s Special Forces.

    Three years later he turned Jordan’s small Special Forces unit into today’s elite Special Operations Command (SOCOM), arguably the best operatives in the Middle East.


    King Abdullah II observing a military exercise.
    Frequently training alongside US Special Forces, Jordan’s units are approximately 14,000 strong and may further contribute to the fight against ISIS beyond Jordan’s airstrikes.


    King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, attends a military exercise.
    As the head of a constitutional monarchy, the career soldier holds substantial power.


    King Abdullah II starts his day participating in a military special operations training exercises as Jump Master.


    Members of Congress have asked for an increase in military assistance to the kingdom, AP reports. Currently, the US is providing Jordan with $US1 billion annually in military assistance.

    The fight against ISIS lost crucial partner UAE in December after the Jordanian pilot was captured, The New York Times reported.

    The UAE demands that the Pentagon improve its search-and-rescue efforts in northern Iraq before rejoining the coalition, the Times said, quoting unidentified US officials.



    King Abdullah II on leadership


    King Abdullah: “I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down!”
    04 Feb 2015
    Posted by

    King Abdullah II was in Washington D.C. yesterday visiting with President Obama when the horrific ISIS video surfaced, and he quoted a Clint Eastwood movie when referencing what he plans to do. 

    King Abdullah said, “I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down!”
     
    That quote came from “Unforgiven” when William Munny played by Clint Eastwood said, “Any son of a bi**h takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.”

    King Abdullah told members of U.S. Congress that his “only problem would be running out of fuel and bullets!” The King was reportedly extremely angry, and rightfully so. He said that “there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,” according to one Congressmen. 

    California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter stated, “He’s angry. They’re starting more sorties tomorrow than they’ve ever had. They’re starting tomorrow. He’s ready to get it on. He really is. It reminded me of how we were after 9/11. We were ready to give it to them.”

    Rep. Hunter also told the Washington Examiner that no one in the king’s meeting on Tuesday with members of the House Armed Services Committee made any mention of President Obama, who is seen by some anti-ISIS coalition partners as a weak and indecisive actor.

    The words from King Abdullah are apparently not just words either. Two Al Qaeda terrorists have already been executed in Jordan, and I’m thinking there’s more to come. 

    When ISIS strikes, other leaders act. But with Obama in The White House, our indecisiveness and weakness is laughed at. Obama should take notes from King Abdullah, but I won’t hold my breath. 


    Don't Screw Around with Jordan's King Abdullah

    Published on Feb 10, 2015
    WATCH: Of all the leaders in the Arab world, maybe ISIS shouldn't have screwed around with King Abdullah of Jordan -- former commander of Jordan’s Special Forces, an airborne jump master, and a certified Cobra attack helicopter pilot.

    "The only problem we’re going to have is running out of fuel and bullets," the King said.

    ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas -- if the world doesn't stand up to jihadists, we're all in danger. Tell the UN: Don't let terrorists get away with war crimes.

    Go right now to http://www.exposehamas.com/tip and sign the letter.
    God give them protection with the Holy Angels and help them destroy those evil ISIS.

    God bless king Abdullah.trully God is with him!

    Best Wishes to a real leader.

    And wouldn''t that be a mighty blast! But who would protect Israel on all its other flanks? The World has been warned by Israel of the coming tide and nobody wanted to listen. So now we're no longer in a preemptive position. Bibi is still getting flack when it comes to Iran. Congress finally wants to listen, but our less than esteemed "Chief" and his ducklings are all throwing petulant hissy-fits!

    He is so brave the way he pushed the Jordanian soldiers out of the airplane... good to be King....





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    On this date, June 11, 2001, Timothy McVeigh A.K.A as the Oklahoma City Bomber was executed by lethal injection at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was the terrorist who detonated a truck bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Commonly referred to as the Oklahoma City Bombing, the attack killed 168 people and injured over 600. It was the deadliest act of terrorism within the United States prior to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and remains the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in United States history.


    Timothy McVeigh




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    On this date, June 15, 2007, Cop Killer, Michael Allen Lambert was executed by lethal injection in Indiana for the December 28, 1990 murder of Officer Gregg Winters. The officer died 11 days later on January 8, 1991. Let us honor this fallen policeman and thank God that justice was served.


    Michael Allen Lambert


    Officer Gregg William Winters
    Please go to this previous Blog Post to learn more and go to Unit 1012 blog post to hear from the slain cop’s loved ones.

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    On this date, June 16, 2011, an Aryan Brotherhood & Prison Killer, Lee Andrew Taylor was executed by lethal injection in Texas. He was convicted of the April 1, 1999 murder of his African American cellmate, Donta Green. Before the prison killing, he had already caused the death of an elderly man in a robbery on November 17, 1995. He is an example of a white man killing an African American, where we can debunk the myth that only killers of white victims get executed.


    Lee Andrew Taylor
    Please go to the previous Blog Post to learn more.

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