Skip to comments.UKRAINE: the Ukrainian military have seized and are "DEBRIEFING" a Russian drone (video)
Posted on 05/30/2014 8:54:46 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
Ukrainian military forces were able to land the Russian # UAV, who was scouting locations for a terrorist organization DNI. In addition, a flask with an unknown chemicalwas found in the UAV. The substance was sent for examination. An investigation is under way, the details of which will be announced later.
This UAV journalists of our portal symbolically christened # ICARUS. It's the first trophy # ICARUS in the collection of our military, but probably not the last, as new Ukrainian weapons to deal with enemy UAV and seize control over them, letting us put the drone away without any damage.
Did they read it its Miranda rights first?
BIB LOL! :D
What is scary: read the Post “Russians in vade Donetsk
We are taking them home to Russia, Borodai of Moscow told the Kyiv Post outside the Kalinina hospital morgue on May 29. In past days, he has traveled throughout the city using members of the Vostok Battalion as his personal bodyguards.
Flanked by them on May 28, during an impromptu press conference inside Donetsks Ramada hotel, he justified the Russian fighters presence in the east by saying that the Donbas, as the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk are collectively known, is Russian land.
Attention Ukrainians, check to see if the "flask" has a small hose attached to it leading to the engine's carburetor, and then get back to me. If it does then I think I may know what the liquid is as well as it's intended purpose.
Yesterday, there had been reports of unknown liquid substances recovered after Ukraine army ‘clears’ a previously occupied base of terrorists/saboteurs.
Vodka was my first though. I guess that is hurtful to Russians... Thus, not PC.
Did they waterboard it?
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