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Russia says it runs the risk of "divine retribution" if the United States supports Ukraine's war crimes court

If it helps to establish an international court to investigate alleged war crimes in Russia, the United States will "God's You will feel "angry" — Vladimir Putin's right arm says at the Russian Security Council.

Dmitry Medvedev, on behalf of the powerful governor Putin, threatened on Wednesday with a long Telegram diatrib.

"All American history from the time of the Indian conquest is a bloody war of extinction," said Medvejev.

"The United States and its useless minions need to remember the words of the Bible. Don't judge. Don't judge ... A wonderful day of his anger won't come to their house someday. "Like." He continued.

"The idea of ​​punishing the country with the highest potential for nuclear weapons is ridiculous and can threaten the existence of humankind," said Medvejev,showing off Russia's quiver. did.

FILE - Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman and the head of the United Russia party Dmitry Medvedev speaks during a meeting of the Skolkovo Foundation Board of Trustees outside Moscow, Russia, Friday, May 13, 2022.

How many times the United States has provided international support It also shows a war crime investigation into Russia for the actions of soldiers during an unprovoked invasion of Moscow into Ukraine.

In addition,Attorney General Merrick Garland visited Ukraine last monthto discuss possible future war crime investigations.

U.S. officials have stated that Russia's bombing of civilians during the siege of Mariupol constitutes a war crime, as well as allegations of civilian slaughter in the northern suburbs of Kyiv. Same as.

Neither the United States nor Russia is the signatory of the International Criminal Court and does not recognize its authority.

With post wire