French Marine Says He Witnessed War Crimes Against Russian Soldiers

A former French marine who joined with the Ukrainians to push back against the invasion of Russian troops, said that he has witnessed war crimes – at the hands of Ukrainians, not Russians.

The marine, Adrien Bocquet, also said that several Ukrainian soldiers that he had contact with, were neo-Nazis, who vowed to harm Jews if they were able to get away with their crimes.

Bocquet told Sud Radio, a French station, that he saw “a lot of war crimes “ by Ukrainian and didn’t see anything like that from Russian troops.

The former marine noted that because of what he saw while there, he has his concerns about why the United States and Europe are sending weapons to the neo-Nazis, complete with Nazi insignia, are being given weapons.

“I worked with them and gave them medicine. Do you know what they said? That they would skin Jews or blacks if they had the chance,” he told the station, noting that those remarks do not line up with the ‘mainstream’ media narrative of saving “democracy” and “our values” in Ukraine.

“People can say whatever they want. I was there. I saw what happened there,” emphasized Bocquet, who says he has several dozen videos of war crimes.

In one instance, he saw a barn full of Russian prisoners of war who were tied up and had been beaten.

“Fighters from the Azov battalion asked them who the officers were. Each Russian soldier was shot in the knees with a Kalashnikov. I have videos that prove it, otherwise, I would not dare to say such a thing,” he said.

He went on to say that Russian officers were immediately killed by being shot in the head.

“That’s how it goes, at least in the Azov battalion,” the French ex-marine said.

He also stated that he had seen an American cameraman staging footage and that Ukrainian military personnel had hidden ammunition inside of civilian homes without telling those who live there.

CNN has reported that a Ukrainian physician was ordering other doctors to castrate Russian troops – which is a war crime.

As Natural News has reported:

Ukraine’s Mobile Hospital Head Gennadiy Druzenko is celebrating the fact that he gave “strict orders” to Ukrainian troops to castrate all wounded Russian soldiers they capture because Russians “are cockroaches, not humans,” according to Druzenko. And fake news giant CNN is praising Druzenko for doing and saying all this.

What Druzenko basically admitted in a translated Channel 24 interview that is going viral amounts to war crimes. And yet, CNN apparently sees nothing wrong with war crimes just so long as they are committed against Russians, which have become the world’s whipping post.

CNN ‘s Fareed Zakaria featured Druzenko as a guest during a recent segment in which he called Druzenko an “intellectual” while showering him with praise for “joining the fight” against Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Maajid Nawaz, a Twitter account that is exposing the war crimes and brutality said in a tweet: “People prefer DENIAL over accepting (the fact that) we are ARMING NAZI battalions & those who encourage WAR CRIMES.”

Druzenko denied that they have been castrating Russian soldiers and are “not going to,” but was inundated with graphic images proving otherwise.

5 thoughts on “French Marine Says He Witnessed War Crimes Against Russian Soldiers”

  1. Will this be another issue that will be exposed well after the fact? Understandably the Russian invasion was wrong ,but if this information proves to be true ,now what?

  2. If this info is true, I am not surprised. Can a former stripper, like Zalensky, govern Ukraine? I doubt it. Who actually holds the cards in Ukraine?

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