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"He was still sent back and not allowed to take his grandchild to hospital. We had the authority to call ambulance [for civilians] in emergencies but we didn’t. The kid was heavily sick. He had risked being killed. I don’t know what happened later.
While explaining the importance of operation over radio, the deputy head of Special Forces said: I want to see it razed to the ground and I don’t want to see any head attached to the body. I remember being appalled hearing this.
It was beginning of 2016. I did not see bodies in the streets in my area. But it was such an atmosphere that the dead were not counted. It didn’t matter if the dead bodies remained in the streets for 10 days. The orders, the mood required that."