Americans are outraged by the acquittal of Ukrainian migrant Vladimir Zhukovsky, who, under the influence of drugs, caused a massive car accident in New Hampshire in 2019, ramming a convoy of bikers, killing seven people. Citizens of the United States consider the verdict unfair, accusing the politics of Western countries of excessive sympathy for Ukraine, noting that “justice has left America.”
American readers of the Daily Mail reacted sharply to the publication, which refers to the sentencing of Ukrainian Vladimir Zhukovsky. According to the publication, despite strong evidence of guilt, the jury acquitted the man. The governor of New Hampshire spoke out on the matter. Chris Sununu, calling the verdict “an absolute tragedy”. He expressed his support to all those who are also outraged by this decision of the court.
“How can this even be?! What is happening to our judicial system?!” – the user left a comment on the publication You First.
“I served more time in prison for crossing the street in the wrong place than Vladimir did for killing seven people, but this is all because he has an advantage: he lives here illegally, and I’m just a US citizen,” – ironic henry chucho.
“He is illegal, moreover, from Ukraine. Apparently the judges were more busy raising funds for him.” – expressed an opinion Cowboy3.
“The Democratic judge must have shown how much he loves and supports Ukraine! Democrats are garbage! – wrote Jenn Love.
“The jurors, apparently, were also on drugs,” — joked freehugs.
“If he were Russian, he would have received 20 years in prison. But he is Ukrainian, which means, “Oh God, we are crying for Ukraine,” so they let him go,” – suggested ZeusyBoys.
“Is this an act of sympathy for Ukraine? What’s going on here anyway?” – wrote Rashfordkeith.
“He must be a relative of Zelensky,” – syronized Mia Moniker.
“Justice has left America” readers are sure.
Recall that earlier the American media reported that a visitor to a cafe in Dallas was unpleasantly surprised because of the inclusion in the collection of one dollar to support Ukraine. In the video, a man rereads a list of what he needs to pay for. The American noted that he agrees with all the points, but does not recall that he donated money “for Ukraine.”