Talk:Estonian International Commission for Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity

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I removed [1] the things added by Russavia because it would be really difficult to explain how would it be related to this article, that an ethnic Russian living in Estonia who survived the KGB investigations during the Soviet era, and an ethnic Estonian living in Latin America, how is this that Estonia is not prosecuting those guys as war criminals related to this article?--Termer (talk) 03:27, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

I think Russavia's edits could be included, at least in some form, to article History of Russians in Estonia. Peltimikko (talk) 06:27, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

The facts about the accusations against those WP:living persons have already included in several articles. And History of Russians in Estonia?? Are you suggesting that the fact about an ethnic Russian Mikhail Gorshkow who has been accused by Wiesenthal center in war crimes, but no evidence to that has surfaced during the Soviet era when KGB investigated such crimes, nor has the Estonian police been able to get evidence in order to prosecute the guy, that it should be added to History of Russians in Estonia? regarding the other guy mentioned Harry Männil all the accusations and investigations etc. it seems are listed in the related article. Other than that, all 7 Nazi war criminals in Estonia were prosecuted during Soviet era. See Holocaust trials in Soviet Estonia. --Termer (talk) 06:55, 3 April 2009 (UTC)