View Full Version : First-ever war crimes prosecution against Soviet Army in Hungary

European blood
09-21-2011, 04:18 AM
Budapest - Hungary’s National Office of Investigation (NNI) has begun an inquiry into a 66-year-old war crime allegedly committed by the Soviet Red Army in which 32 men aged mainly between 16-22 were summarily shot in front of their parents.

The inquiry is significant because although hundreds of Hungarian soldiers have been charged with war crimes, one prime minister and at least six general were executed and hundreds of others tried, no-one has yet dared to point a finger at the Soviet Red Army or the secret police, the NKVD, both of which are widely known to have committed atrocities, including mass looting, mass rape, murder and the enforced deportation of some 600,000 people to Soviet GULAG labour camps, half of whom died.


The Lawspeaker
09-29-2011, 02:47 AM
It's a shame there is no more death penalty as each and every one of those Red Rapists and Murderers should get the bullet.

There is no army in the world that have managed to achieve so much.. to gain so much glory and to ruin it all by committing crimes on a scale unseen in Europe since the Thirty Years War, then the Red Army.

Magister Eckhart
09-29-2011, 04:32 AM
Took long enough. Hopefully other European countries will follow suit.