Video: Russian Troops Open Fire On Unarmed Ukrainian Protesters That Demand They Leave Ukraine

Russia’s Ministry of Defense announced it would stop its bombardment of parts of Ukraine on Saturday, to allow for civilians to safely flee.

Thousands of people gathered in London, Sydney, Geneva, Frankfurt, Berlin, Athens, Helsinki, and other cities, with many demonstrators carrying the Ukrainian colors and banners denouncing Russia’s invasion.

On 4 March in the town of Novopskov in the Luhansk Region, local citizens took part in a peaceful rally to the streets to oppose the Russian aggressors who had seized their village hat they were not welcome. The invading soldiers began firing on civilians in response.

New video posted to social media shows at least one man getting hit by gunfire during a protest against the Russian military. In a video of the rally, residents could be seen waving Ukrainian flags and chanting “Ukraine!”

A man in front of the crowd walked toward troops before shots rang out. He fell to the ground, apparently wounded in the leg.

“Everybody must leave the area now,” a voice is heard saying in the distance.

A photograph from the scene showed a man with a bloodied leg being carried away; it appears to be the same individual.

A few sporadic shots rang out, and then a barrage of small arms fire followed as the crowd scatters.

Additional videos from the scene show that prior to the man being shot, the Russian military was firing their guns — not hitting the protesters — and giving apparent warning shots.

Watch the video below:

The U.N. human rights office said on Friday it had confirmed 331 civilians have been killed were 19 children, and 675 injured in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion began on Feb. 24, adding that the real toll was likely much higher.

Most of the victims were killed by explosive weapons such as shelling from heavy artillery, multi-launch rocket systems and missile and air strikes, according to the rights office, which has monitors in Ukraine.

Natalie Dagenhardt

Natalie Dagenhardt is an American conservative writer who writes for  Right Journalism! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a "constitutional conservative".

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shootbackCowards
3 months ago

SHOOT BACK COWARDS

Madam DeFarge
Madam DeFarge
3 months ago

Lol, guess they didn’t teach these folks what happens in a war. Guess these folks didn’t consider what happens when your country counts on a Bidet for help. Guess paying all that blood money to hunter bidet, pelosi’d son, and I think POS kerry, didn’t accomplish much.

nope
nope
3 months ago

I don’t speak Ukrainian or Russian, do you ? I cant see clearly WHOSE uniform, if any, the shooters are wearing, can you ?
Im not saying they are not Russian troops, but I CAN say, I cant see anything that confirms that they are…………………………….can you?

Jenson
Jenson
3 months ago

Don’t the protestors know what war is? You confront invaders and they’ll shoot you. That’s what they do! Unless you are armed and know what you are doing, leave them alone!

NoName
NoName
3 months ago

The “victims” don’t seem very scared for being shot at repeatedly with big guns. This film isn’t right.

D3F1ANT
D3F1ANT
3 months ago

The Russians are brutal, but the Ukrainians should be glad they weren’t invaded by the Democrats.

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