Russian Court Reveals Russia Invaded Ukraine

Having unambiguously revealed regular Russian troops fought in Ukraine, some may feel a shred of sympathy for those Russian Court officials involved. Admitting Russia invaded Ukraine is probably hazardous to your health. Writing how Russia supplies its occupation forces in Ukraine, is probably extremely hazardous to your health. So perhaps best if Judge L.V. Sholokhova doesn’t drink any dodgy tea for the foreseeable future.

My video on this story which I posted on Jan 11th.

The court case detailed below is revealing on many levels – not least because its revelations may indicate Russian officials have become blasé. That Russia’s occupation of eastern Ukraine has gone on for so long they now feel no qualms about revealing Russian Federation troops are occupying part of a European country. The Court documents also reveal “the Armed Forces of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation” investigated this case – so yet more proof #RussiaInvadedUkraine. This one court document will be but a fragment of the Pandora’s box of evidence out there, detailing Russia’s military actions in Ukraine. Evidence which will surely all come out one day, drip by incriminating drip.

Kirovsky District Court in the city of Rostov-on-Don

Nov 10th 2021, the Kirovsky District Court in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don published its decision on Criminal Case No. 1-82/2021. Case dealt with bribery conducted by a Russian military official. Nothing new in that, as everyone knows corruption is rife in Russia. But this bribery related to the sending of “food intended to be sent to military units of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, stationed on the territory of the DPR and LPR.” The DPR & LPR standing for the Russia-led Donetsk people’s republic & Luhansk people’s republic in eastern Ukraine.

On December 16th, the lengthy court decision was deleted from the courts website, but can still be viewed here on Archive Today website (before deletion, I also downloaded it from the court website using Google Chrome). If you have Google Chrome, you can translate the archived text into English. Occurring in 2018/19, it details large monthly bribes related to the transference of mammoth amounts of food sent into (occupied) Ukraine.

Section 7 states:  “This food was intended to be sent to military units of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, stationed on the territory of the DPR and LPR.” Nothing remotely ambiguous about that.

Section 9 again mentions Russian Federation (RF) soldiers fighting in Ukraine: details “the latter’s statements of threats to disrupt the delivery of products (to) RF military personnel, fighting-on combat duty in the DPR and LPR.” Again, that’s crystal clear – Russian soldiers were fighting inside Ukrainian territory.

Section 7 goes on to state: “Once every two weeks. The column was formed from more than 70 cargo vehicles with a lifting capacity of about 40 tons and a total volume of more than 1,300 tons. The food supplied included flour, canned food, fresh vegetables. The total cost of food for one delivery was more than 130 million rubles” – $1,769,300.00. This epic fortnightly amount of food transported into Ukraine, reveals Russia had (and still does), large numbers of military personnel fighting there. Clearly a Russian invasion forces does indeed march on its stomach. And the court document backs up the credible claims that Russia supplies everything from food to tanks to the sham Russia-led Donetsk & Luhansk republics.

We also get a clear insight into how Russia illegally sends military supplies into Ukraine.
Section 7 touches on the payment to cargo truck drivers and loaders: “the cost of one machine flight (truck) was 65-80,000 rubles ($880-1,080) due to the complexity and danger route, which was that the drivers risking their own lives at the border they take off numbers, give documents and under the protection of the host, the sides follow to the place of unloading. This tells us, to hinder any possible identification, the trucks Russian licence plates were removed. Drivers also handed over any incriminating identification documents, and once inside Ukraine, they were escorted by the “host” (military).

Section 29 speaks about the staggering sums of Russian tax payers money wasted due to spoilt food: Around the fall of 2018, there was a delay in the dispatch of a convoy of road transport with from the warehouse. As a result of the delay, food was spoiled – amounting to about 30,000,000 (30 million) rubles – $406,200.00.

Rostov-on-Don Court

So there you have it in black and white – Russia invaded Ukraine and a Russian court kindly confirmed it for us.
Amusingly, should you read the court document, you can’t help but notice the numerous times it mentions X broke Russia’s criminal code. But, not for the criminal act of invading Ukraine.

You may wish to visit the Kyiv Independent website, which reports some of the reaction to this story.

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