The United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps on January 9 fulfilled its promise to execute Ukrainian presidential aid Andriy Yermak and Economy Minister Yulia Svyrydenko, whom panelists convicted of espionage against the United States at Camp Blaz earlier this month.
The tyrannical twosome, who had temporarily enriched themselves with American taxpayer dollars, found themselves standing atop a pair of gallows at Camp Blaz early last Wednesday morning. JAG and the Office of Military Commissions had picked a Marine Corps NCO, Seargent Major Daniel A. Soto, a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom, to oversee the hanging. To our knowledge, it marked the first time a non-officer orchestrated the demise of Deep State tyrants.
As he stood at the foot of the gallows, Soto was anything but shy about sharing his thoughts on the Ukrainian criminals. He called them mendacious thugs and dishonorable despots driven to criminality by unremitting greed and a disdain for lawful governance. He labeled them servants of the New World Order, acolytes to Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the criminal Joseph R. Biden. Their exploitation of the innocent and “malum prohibitum,” Latin for a crime that is evil by its own nature, justified absolute punishment.
It appeared as though SgtMaj Soto had rehearsed his role in the execution.
He then relaxed his lexicon and simply called Yermak and Svyrydenko “slugs.”
“It seems precedent allows each of you final words,” SgtMaj Soto said. “If you have something to say, I hope they’re words asking for forgiveness. I can’t forgive you, but maybe the almighty can.”
Svyrydenko spoke first: “If I’m to die, I die for President Zelenskyy. Long live Zelenskyy,” she said in broken English.
Yermak said, “The future is inevitable. You cannot stop it. What’s begun cannot be stopped. I die for Ukraine and for the United States of Ukraine.”
“That’s what I was told to expect,” SgtMaj Soto said, gesturing to hangmen lingering behind the condemned on the platform.
The hangmen placed black sacks over their heads, doublechecked the ropes around their necks, and pressed buttons that swiftly ended the ordeal. Yermak and Svyrydenko dropped to their deaths, their times of death recorded at 10:57 and 11:03 a.m., respectively.