White House Reports Execution of Russian Soldiers

(LibertySons.org) – The war in Ukraine has raged on for well over a year, and both sides have lost a hefty number of soldiers. In this time, the United States and other countries around the world have been collecting intelligence and releasing it strategically to help combat misinformation. New information available to the public suggests that Russia is not only killing Ukraine’s soldiers, it’s also killing its own.

At a press briefing on Thursday, October 26, National Security Council (NSC) spokesman John Kirby revealed that the US has that Russian military officials had been “actually executing soldiers who refuse to follow orders.” He also relayed that intelligence shows its commanders have threatened to kill entire units should “they seek to retreat from Ukrainian [shelling],” a move he refers to as “barbaric.” He also pointed to Russia’s penchant for tossing inexperienced men out on the field to do their country’s bidding.

Kirby didn’t offer any concrete figures as to the number of soldiers Russia allegedly killed, but it’s not a new practice. The British Defense Ministry has also backed up these claims, stating that there are specific troops designed to shoot deserters. It’s also a move that the Wagner Group employed before the mercenary group was pulled out of Ukraine following a brief rebellion.

The NSC spokesman also offered an update on the happenings inside Ukraine, where he says the war-torn country has been successful in repelling the invading forces around Avdiivka. Ukrainian forces have bestowed significant losses on Russia, including “at least 125 armored vehicles,” but that hasn’t stopped Russian President Vladimir Putin’s assault on the nation.

Kirby used his time at the podium to urge Congress to pass a supplemental funding request worth $106 billion, more than half of which would provide aid for Ukraine. He said that if the West stopped assisting, “Ukraine would have a week to live.”

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