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Cel­e­bra­tion of the 75th Anniver­sary of the 14th Waf­fen SS Divi­sion in Lviv, Ukraine in sum­mer of 2018.

COMMENT: In FTR #1097, we updat­ed dis­cus­sion of cit­i­zens of the U.S. (and oth­er nations) trav­el­ing to Ukraine to gain com­bat expe­ri­ence, which they can then use when they return to their native lands.

The recent refusal of a Ukrain­ian court to extra­dite a U.S. citizen–Craig Lang–wanted for a dou­ble mur­der in the U.S. under­scores Ukraine’s posi­tion as a fas­cist out­post, of sorts.

That coun­try’s nation­al secu­ri­ty and law enforce­ment estab­lish­ments are firm­ly in the grip of OUN/B fas­cists, as we have seen in numer­ous pro­grams. (FTR#‘s 907, 1014, 1030, 1072 and 1098 through 1101 are among the pro­grams detail­ing Ukraine’s descent into fas­cism.)

“U.S. Pros­e­cu­tors Call Him a Mur­der­er, But to Ukraine, He’s an Asy­lum Seek­er” by Andrew E. Kramer; The New York Times; 3/4/2021; p. A14 [West­ern Print Edi­tion].

A court in Ukraine on Wednes­day reject­ed a extra­di­tion request for an Amer­i­can who served in the country’s rightwing para­mil­i­tary units, deal­ing a blow to Unit­ed States law enforce­ment agen­cies seek­ing to clamp down on Amer­i­cans trav­el­ing to Ukraine to get bat­tle expe­ri­ence with far-right mili­tias there.

The Amer­i­can, Craig A. Lang, an Army vet­er­an and North Car­oli­na Native, had been charged in con­nec­tion with a dou­ble mur­der in Flori­da, but his case drew atten­tion to the risk of Amer­i­cans fight­ing for far right groups in Ukraine and oth­er glob­al hot spots. . . .

. . . . Despite leav­ing the mil­i­tary under a cloud, he was wel­comed by a promi­nent mil­i­tary group, Right Sec­tor [Pravy Sektor—D.E.], when he arrived in 2015, with few ques­tions asked. . . .


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