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And a short followup on a Ukrainian court upheld state honors for Simon Petlyura. Attornies for the Ukrainian president sided with Holocaust deniers, claiming no evidence for widely known massacres by Petlyura’s army. The court refused to open Ukrainian KGB (SBU) archives on that matter. According to the president, after the Ukraine gained independence in 1991, “certain facts about Petlyura were re-evaluated.” Apparently, he means that genocide against Jews was disregarded. So much for the US-installed and supported regime.