Current fighting between Ukraine and Russia has been more frequent and intense than previously known. Here’s how soldiers are avoiding sniper fire, digging trenches, and preparing for war.
“As part of its plans, Russia is laying the groundwork to have the option of fabricating a pretext for invasion, including through sabotage activities and information operations," a US official told BuzzFeed News.
Ukraine Was Hit By A Massive Cyberattack And The Hackers Warned The Country To “Be Afraid And Expect Worse”
The attack comes as Russia is massing 100,000 troops near Ukraine’s border.
“The threat of extremism today is perhaps less obvious. … But what’s happening is gravely serious,” one expert said.
“I know for sure that I will not leave Ukraine [if Russia invades]. I will not live under occupation,” said a 51-year-old doctor, wife, mother of three, and gardener. “I would kill.”
Satellite images provided to BuzzFeed News and a slew of social media videos show that new Russian troops and heavy artillery were moved to strategic locations right around Biden and Putin’s virtual summit.
Robert Fehring allegedly threatened to use “firepower” against partygoers at the 2021 New York City Pride March that would make the 2016 Orlando Pulse Nightclub mass shooting “look like a cakewalk.”
A Charlottesville Jury Ordered White Nationalists To Pay $25 Million To Victims Of The "Unite The Right" Rally
The jury found the white nationalists violated Virginia state laws, but they could not reach a verdict on federal conspiracy charges.
Experts Are Warning That Kyle Rittenhouse’s Acquittal Might Inspire More Far-Right Extremist Violence
“There's precedent for acquittals like this to be used in inciting to and carrying out further violence.”
Defendants In The Charlottesville Trial Argue They’re Racist But Weren’t Motivated To Commit Racial Violence
“They’ve proven to you the alt-right is the alt-right. They’re racists, they’re antisemites. ... You knew that when you walked in here,” a defense attorney said in closing arguments.
“You have a misunderstanding, I’m afraid, of what conspiracy is,” a federal judge told white nationalists Richard Spencer and Christopher Cantwell.
“I Want Them To Start Something”: White Supremacists Allegedly Strategized How To Provoke Counterprotesters Ahead Of The “Unite The Right” Rally
“Can you guys conceal carry? I don’t want to scare antifa off from throwing the first punch… I want them to start something.”
A Woman Who Narrowly Escaped Being Run Over By A Car At The “Unite The Right” Rally Said It Was “A Complete Terror Scene”
“I was confused. I was scared. I was worried about all the people that were there.”
"Goodbye, America!": A California Man Who Allegedly Took Part In The Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Is Seeking Asylum In Belarus
Evan Neumann, wanted for attacking a police officer and entering the Capitol during the insurrection, told a Belarusian state-run TV news channel that he crossed through snake-infested swamps and forests from Ukraine.
White Nationalist Richard Spencer Was Confronted With His Own Violent Rhetoric On The Witness Stand At The Charlottesville Trial
Spencer and other “Unite the Right” organizers talked about war and violence multiple times before their event turned deadly, according to evidence presented in their civil trial Thursday.
A Renowned Holocaust Historian Testified That Charlottesville Rally Organizers’ Messages Were A “Call To Arms”
Also on Wednesday, two neo-Nazis rapped in court about their love for Adolf Hitler and denied there was a Holocaust.
A Former Far-Right Extremist Testified About How “Unite The Right” Rally Organizers Planned For A Racial Holy War
Samantha Froelich said she overheard white nationalists discussing “right-wing death squads” for the 2017 Charlottesville rally and the legality of using cars as weapons against counterprotesters.
Survivors Of “Unite The Right” Violence Testified About How The Attack Unfolded: "I Thought I Was About To Die"
“I couldn't see too much, but I just felt [blood] dripping and it's warm on my face,” one victim testified.
White Supremacists Used Racist Slurs And Cursed In Bizarre Opening Statements For The Charlottesville Trial
They contrasted greatly with the attorneys for the “Unite the Right” survivors, who carefully laid out for the jury how they plan to prove a conspiracy to commit racially motivated violence.
Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell Watched Tucker Carlson And Got Help From A White Supremacist In Prison To Prepare For His Trial In Charlottesville
One of the Charlottesville lawsuit defendants prepped for trial by watching Tucker Carlson with white supremacists in prison and getting legal advice from a neo-Nazi denied a law license.