Дорогие соотечественники, уважаемые россияне, а также доблестные охранники правопорядка города Москвы. Я, Григорий (он же Mustang Wanted), гражданин…
Translation by Google:
Dear compatriots, dear Russians, as well as the valiant guards of law in Moscow. I, Gregory (aka Mustang Wanted), a citizen of Ukraine,
not forced to be witty for a confession to make, aimed at liberation accused of hooliganism innocent Russian citizens who have every chance of becoming victims of a well-known for his fairness of the Russian justice system. I am the same person who in a fit of sincere patriotic sentiment climbed to the roof of the skyscraper on Tinkers waterfront, and decorating her star repainted in the colors of our native Ukrainian flag, and then there's also raised the flag of independent Ukraine, as I have the photos and videos evidence. This process proved to be quite time consuming and took me almost all night, I finished my work at about 6 am and happily went to sleep. Citizens of Russia, against which now opened a criminal case and that shines 7 years, I have not been seen at this time on the roof of the building, and it is worth noting that we do not even know them. Well known Russian court - the fair trial of the world! I plead guilty of "hooliganism" and is ready to appear before this court the most in exchange for the release of a great brave Ukrainian girls - Hope Savchenko.
It is precisely in what is innocent, and I, then at least a star painted
I think his action art performances and dedicate it to the Independence Day of Ukraine, as well as all the guys who defend my homeland now!
Glory to Ukraine!
Sincerely, Gregory Mustang Wanted
Live tweet from a witness to the shooting who was living in an apartment right in front of the scene. This is heartbreaking to read and made me really emotional so I warn those reading to take heed. Read from bottom to top and the pictures are in order (The one with the arrows is a conversation where he states Brown was shot approximately 7 times, two in the back and 5 after turning around exactly like other witness accounts) Spread like wildfire.
Being honest, I always try to stay away from this topic because it scares me. I’ve never watched movies about the war, don’t like to read books about the war times: I’m afraid of being mentally weak, even for a moment. But sometimes I’m BEING made to feel the pain, to think of this tragedy and I am really thankful to our teachers, veterans, school mates who make us nearly burst into tears by bringing back the painful memories. 2 of my grandmother’s brothers were at the war, one of them never came back. It has touched every single family. It’s terrible how people can be so madly aggressive towards the others. How can a man kill a woman, an old, a CHILD??? Thousands, MILLIONS of destroyed lifes. We must NEVER forget this.
It should have taught us so many things, but there are somehow still war and conflicts on the planet