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Ukraine videos

I've been closely following events in Ukraine since the first demonstrations in Kiev, last year. I've bookmarked a ton of videos. Fortunately, good people have dedicated their time to adding English subs to many of them. Thanks to so many people having cell phone video, this war is being shown to people around the world, nearly in real time. I've been meaning to share some of these for a while but just never got around to it. I'll try to keep adding them (in no particular order) for all who are interested. I know everyone doesn't have the time to follow this very important story. While not all of the videos are graphic, in terms of carnage, most are. This is a war so please keep that in mind and if you're afraid to watch, please don't.

Snezhnoye: UA (Ukrainian) troops meet local civilians

The people in the above video live where this Ukrainian government attack occurred, on July 15:

Maryland teacher gets disappeared for writing fictional book about school shooting

And I mean disappeared because he's been taken to some unknown location, outside of the area where he lives and it's a secret.

Writing fiction, even about school shootings, even if you're a teacher, is not a crime! This is scary.

CAMBRIDGE, Md.- He's a man with many names, and the books he has written have raised the concerns of the Dorchester County Board of Education and the Dorchester County Sheriff's Office.

Early last week the school board was alerted that one of its eighth grade language arts teachers at Mace's Lane Middle School had several aliases. Police said that under those names, he wrote two fictional books about the largest school shooting in the country's history set in the future. Now, Patrick McLaw is placed on leave.

Dr. K.S. Voltaer is better known by some in Dorchester County as Patrick McLaw, or even Patrick Beale. Not only was he a teacher at Mace's Lane Middle School in Cambridge, but according to Dorchester Sheriff James Phillips, McLaw is also the author of two books: "The Insurrectionist" and its sequel, "Lillith's Heir."

Those books are what caught the attention of police and school board officials in Dorchester County. "The Insurrectionist" is about two school shootings set in the future, the largest in the country's history.

Phillips said McLaw was taken in for an emergency medical evaluation. The sheriff would not disclose where McLaw is now, but he did say that he is not on the Eastern Shore. The same day that McLaw was taken in for an evaluation, police swept Mace's Lane Middle School for bombs and guns, coming up empty.

Dorchester County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Henry Wagner said the Dorchester County Board of Education has taken its own action.

"We have advised our community that the gentleman has been placed on administrative leave, and has been prohibited from entering any Dorchester County public school property," Wagner said.

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