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US Army soldiers serving the military complex and corporate masters in Syria have recovered $100m for the stress they endured on their encountering their Russian counterparts in Syria.
The US military has expressed discontent with the lack of protection in Syria and successfully demanded $100m in moral damages from the Pentagon, Avia. pro reported.
Compensation is claimed by the US military through the court. Open sources mention that during their illegal occupation of Syria, the US military has repeatedly filed claims for compensation for moral damages from ‘encounters with the Russian Air Force’.
A total of about 5,000 lawsuits were filed for a total of $100 million. According to the uniformed plaintiffs, such claims are legally justified. Moral damage to soldiers was caused by ‘dangerous actions’ by Russians in Syria outside the Pentagon’s control.
America’s US Army soldiers were repeatedly terrified not only by the panic of terrorists fleeing in terror at the sight of “what they describe as the strongest army in the world’. The US troops were frightened and impressed by the professionalism of the Russians, who eliminated the ISIS enemy with such precision that they did not harm civilians.
R.I.P American dominance: The court upheld the claims and ordered the authorities to compensate for the moral damage. Source https://avia.pro/
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