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Nadiya Savchenko was exchanged for two Russian special ops personnel and is finally free after two years of imprisonment in Russia.

Photo by Latvian Foreign Ministry

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  • RMThoughts

    I felt sorry for those who kept her prisoner. The truth about her captivity would make a great film, albeit XXX rated. They sent the poison back to Ukraine.

    This girl, convicted murderer, is either utterly insane, as Russia has often expressed, or the psychological warfare player of all time. There is nothing she wouldn’t do to shock the Red Cross or her jailers.

  • Henryk

    I bet those two years of her young life were the longest and most painful right up to the point of her release. Thank God Ukraine had a very valuable commodity to use for her exchange. God bless her.

  • RMThoughts

    Let her screaming and hate-filled face become the symbolic face of this regime and of what is left of the Ukraine.