He’s still churning it out, this time for The New Yorker, about what Russia experts think2. I didn’t read the latest reportage because I was distracted by Erin Burnett chatting up Mike Pence after his pow wow w/ Z.
Erin later visited Andriivka, a small town west of Kyiv.
This morning I learned that Victoria Amelina, and a dozen more people, died in the missile strike last week on the Ria Lounge pizzeria in Kramatorsk.
Victoria published her first novel, The November Syndrom, or Homo Compatiens, in 2014. She became a war crimes war crimes researcher this spring and joined the human rights organization Truth Hounds.
A friend of mine was at the pizzeria an hour before the missile hit. He went back and took pictures of the horror.