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Schram: Is Putin's off ramp finally under construction?

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Russia's state TV permitted a highly decorated retired army colonel to report some actual, factual news on Monday about what has really gone wrong with Russia's flailing, failing invasion of Ukraine.
Indeed, anchors and analysts on the Rossiya network's leading news-talk show, “60 Minutes,” seemed shocked into silence when the show's invited guest, retired Col. Mikhail Khodaryonok - who in 2020 was awarded by Vladimir Putin Russia's “Medal of the Order” for “Merit to the Fatherland” - began uttering the sort of forbidden truths that had been carefully concealed from the propagandized...
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