Blatant savagery took place in Kiev - a story that has already been published in hundreds of publications.
Many of them are now looking for the victim to thank them and to do something to help.
Later they would be attacked by an aggressive group of people, who are as of yet unknown, because they attached ribbons to their clothes.
According to some eyewitnesses, they tore the symbols of Victory Day off the clothing of the girl and her mom, and promised to deal with them in case they attach them again. There was all dormant in the eyes of the police and residents:
But the unknown "heroes" remained unknown not for long. Vigilant people ID'd the assailant after reading that he burned St. George ribbons with a lighter and was wearing a black t-shirt with the emblem of the SS "Galicia" division. In the process of burning the ribbons he told reporters that his grandfather fought in this division.
And he is now fighting in the ATO against the Russians, "just like his grandfather". "And I don't like that in Kiev there were people with Colorado ribbons — symbols of Russian aggression. I tear and burn them," said the Nazi.