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Japanese police to help Ukrainian counterparts identify war dead


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DVI is an important role in investigations, good to see this cooperation from Japan.

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The knowledge and experience of mass autopsy to identify thousands of decomposed remains. I can’t even imagine.

All respect and support for these professionals.

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This is about forensic science. This is about accurately documenting, who, how and where, to firstly identify the missing for their families and to document the horrendous war crimes that have been carried by the Russians, so one day the Russian 'Elites' responsible and those that carried out their orders can be bought to trial. I don't expect to see Putin ever at trial as he will be dead or in exile somewhere hopefully horrific, but there are many that will be held responsible one day.

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Really practical collaboration between Japan and Ukraine.

As we saw in 2011, it means a lot to the families of the victims to have them identified. And be able to lay them to a final rest.

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t took Japan 12 years to identity all those bodies?

Those that can do. Those that can't just sit back and criticize.

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Well done to the Japanese police force for stepping up and helping the Ukrainian police carry out this distressing work. And let us think for one moment of those police officers and what effect this work will have on them.

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