Pro-Ukraine mercenary group committed WAR CRIMES by executing Russian POWs
07/09/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

An international mercenary group called Chosen Company that is fighting on behalf of Ukraine is reportedly committing war crimes by killing wounded or surrendering Russian soldiers, it was revealed this week.

Citing German battlefield medic Caspar Grosse, the New York Times published a piece detailing Grosse's observations while working as a medic for the military unit that allegedly witnessed the horrors.

In August 2023, Chosen Company mercenaries shot a presumed-dead severely injured and unarmed Russian soldier who was yelling "help" and "surrender" while climbing out of a trench. The soldier was still "breathing and wiggling around" when a pro-Ukraine mercenary "just shot him in the head" in what Grosse assumed at the time to be a "mercy kill."

In another instance, a Greek soldier called Zeus tossed a grenade at two Russian soldiers, one of whom was seriously injured and "could barely move." When a second servicemen tried to approach the Chosen Company mercenaries with his hands up in the air, the grenade exploded and killed them both, according to footage retrieved from a helmet camera.

A Ukrainian drone team reportedly confirmed at the time that the Russian soldier was in the process of surrendering when Chosen Company blew him to bits without mercy.

Last October, Grosse says he received a text message from a member of the group with the call sign Andok who was heading up the unit that day explaining that the team "got these captures." Zeus, who shot the captures dead, later bragged about the kills.

"Today a good friend willingly executed a bound prisoner," Grosse wrote in his journal at the time. "As the prisoner was sitting in a trench blindage with his jacket draped over his shoulders, Zeus came up behind him and shot him in the back of the head multiple times."

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"I specifically said that, because I'm the medic, I want prisoners to be in my care and nobody gets to shoot them," Grosse added in a statement to the Times about the incident.

The incident so upset Grosse that he filed a complaint with Ryan O'Leary, the de facto commander of Chosen Company and a former U.S. Army National Guardsman from Iowa. O'Leary responded by denying that his "brothers" had committed any war crimes.

(Related: Hungary no longer supports NATO after the West escalated the "hopeless" war in Ukraine.)

Ukraine's supporters violating Geneva Conventions

If what Grosse has revealed is true, then Ukraine's supporters at Chosen Company are in violation of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 which state that "members of armed forces who have laid down their arms and those placed hors de combat by sickness, wounds, or detention" must be treated humanely. This means that any kind of mutilation, torture and of course murder of POWs, constitutes a war crime.

After the Times published its report about Chosen Company's alleged war crimes against Russian POWs, Rodion Miroshnik, Russia's ambassador-at-large for Ukraine's crimes, announced that Moscow will call on international organizations with representatives in Ukraine to verify the information. If confirmed, what Chosen Company is allegedly doing will qualify "as a violation of the key norms and principles of humanitarian law, which refers to war crimes."

"I heard this time and time again from people of that time about many of the German prisoners taken in WW2 by the allies," one commenter wrote.

"The ones that were taken to POW camps were the lucky ones. Most of them were either shot or put into one of many 'compounds' (much like an Oubliette) and left to die. I have come to realize many years ago that the western history books of the 19th century and onward outright lie."

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