Tag "Nadiya Savchenko"

Fake: Nadiya Savchenko Advocates Amnesty for Donbas Separatists

Russian government funded cable and satellite television network RT, citing another official news agency,  RIA Novosti, broadcast a story claiming that recently released from Russian custody Ukrainian pilot and MP Nadiya Savchenko called for amnesty for Donbas separatist militants supported by Russia. Lenta.ru, Kommersant.ru, Ukraina.ru reprinted this story. “Yes. Because there are a lot of stupid guys there who just came to shoot” RIA Novosti quotes Savchenko’s response to a

Russian TV Lies: Exchanged Russian Officers Did Not Ask for Clemency

Russia’s television network Channel Five broadcast a story in their May 29 weekly program about the exchange of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko for two Russian officers captured in eastern Ukraine. Anatoliy Mayorov, the journalist presenting the story, claims that the two Russians did not ask for clemency. “Yerofeyev and Alexandrov  were  volunteers captured by Ukrainian security forces, sentenced to 14 years in prison for offenses that were never proven in

StopFakeNews #84 with Brian Mefford

The latest edition of StopFake News with Brian Mefford. This week’s fakes include Russian claims that Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko recently released from Russian detention vowed to “kill Russians”, Russia’s UN Representative claims Ukraine will turn into a nuclear waste dumping zone, the Procurator General will not investigate the Maydan killings and Ukrainians are forgetting about returning Crimea.

Fake: Savchenko Writes Ukrainian Mein Kampf

Russian military channel Zvezda broadcast a news item claiming that recently released Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko has written a Ukrainian „Mein Kampf“. No sooner had Nadiya Savchenko returned to Kyiv from Russia, then her memoirs appeared in Ukrainian bookshops entitled “My struggle”. Word for word, her memoirs are the same as Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” claims Zvezda. Savchenko has in fact written a book, but it is called something completely different 

Kremlin calling? Meet the Russian pranksters who say ‘Elton owes us’

Lexus and Vovan are fast gaining a reputation as the most mischievous men in Russia. The pair of professional prank callers, real names Alexei Stolyarov and Vladimir Kuznetsov, have claimed scalps as diverse as Elton John and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in recent months. Critics, however, suspect the pair’s jokey schtick masks a  dark secret: links to Russia’s security services, Shaun Walker wrote for  The Guardian. The duo made

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