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Moscow attributes crimes of its fighters, mercenaries and army on Ukrainian troops

September 30, 2014

Bloody ‘struggle for peace’ Eastern Ukraine for the sake of Kremlin propaganda

Moscow attributes crimes of its fighters, mercenaries and army on Ukrainian troops

Analytics of the most important events for September 29, 2014 by coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro Tymchuk.

1. Bloody ‘struggle for peace’ in the Donbas continues in full growth. On September 29, during 3 hours from 06.00 to 09.00 pm there were registered 11 (!) cases of shelling of Ukrainian armed forces by Russian-terrorist troops.

Fighters who previously could not be distinguished by adequacy, have reached the limits of cynicism. On Tuesday, September 29, there were registered several events that cannot be explained by any means. Using the fact that Ukrainian troops open only firing in response during assaults, they drove their ‘Grad’ multiple rocket launcher systems close to positions of Ukrainian armed forces and began shelling residential areas. Then try to prove that these are not Ukrainians who destroy civilians.

All the possible services for Russian propaganda. Including the most bloody – the Kremlin especially likes them.

2. Main Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case on “genocide of Russian speaking population of Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine.”

Russian investigators ‘discovered’ that the leadership of the National Guard and ‘The Right Sector’ movement had given orders to destroy Russian speaking citizens that live in Eastern Ukraine. They did it with ‘Grad’ multiple rocket launcher systems, artillery and cluster munitions.

In general, Moscow has attributed crimes of Russian mercenaries, Russian army and pro-Russian fighters to Ukrainian troops.

It is even useless to argue there – the Kremlin clowns don’t know what else to imagine. There is only one question emerging: why all these crimes take place only on the territories controlled by DNR and LNR [Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics]? Take several steps away from the front line into Ukraine – and you can hardly find single representative of ‘Russian speaking population’ who at least had his foot stepped onto for Russian language.

Source: head of Center of Military and Political Studies and coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro Tymchuk

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