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Russia's unjust occupation of Chechnya

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In this article she exposes the Russian government for being heartless and uncaring toward their own people as they pursue their own goals. In Crying Wolf: The Return of War to Chechnya author Venora Bennett states that one of the terrorist attacks that was used, as a justification for the occupation of Chechnya, may not have even been carried out by Chechens...
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While we do not know if it was carried out by Chechens or not, what we do know is that the Russian government didn't care if they were or not because they did not take the time to check the facts of their intelligence, and that for the Russian leaders the ends justify the means. "Among the explicit advocates of deliberate killing of civilians is Lieutenant General Vladimir Shamanov, whom Boris Yeltsin awarded the "Hero of Russia: medal for commanding the ?Hero of Russia' medal for commanding the Western group during the second Chechen War...
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