Video From Ukrainian City of Bucha Shows Massacre of Civilians In Apparent War Crime
The Ukraine blames Russia for the massacre, but evidence indicates it’s more likely a False Flag by the Ukraine.
A new (warning: graphic) video has emerged showing what appears to be a civilian massacre that took place a few days ago in the city of Bucha, a western suburb of Kyiv. The Ukraine blames Russia for the massacre, but evidence indicates it’s more likely a False Flag by the Ukraine.
A review of the video shows what appears to be numerous dead bodies strewn across the streets of the city with many near by mortar and artillery craters evident. The bodies do not appear to be decomposed or stiff, indicating they died very recently. Russia withdrew from the area about a week ago.
Additional video taken by the Ukrainian National Police on April 2nd shows there are no bodies in the streets of the city, something you would think they would highlight if a supposed Russian massacre just took place there. Further, some Telegram users have pointed out that, in some cases, the deceased appear to have been carrying Russian humanitarian aid rations with them when they were killed.
A statement by the Russian Ministry of Defense notes that during their month long occupation of the area, the Russians distributed over 452 tons of food to the area and allowed civilians to walk freely with cellphones, yet there were no reports of violence against civilians by Russian troops.
The statement goes on to say,
"We would like to emphasize that all Russian units withdrew completely from Bucha as early as March 30, the day after the Russia-Ukraine face-to-face round of talks in Turkey.
Moreover, on March 31, the mayor of Bucha, Anatoliy Fedoruk, confirmed in a video message that there were no Russian servicemen in the town, but he did not even mention any locals shot in the streets with their hands tied.
It is not surprising, therefore, that all the so-called ‘evidence of crimes’ in Bucha did not emerge until the fourth day, when the Security Service of Ukraine and representatives of Ukrainian media arrived in the town.
It is of particular worry that all the bodies of the people whose images have been published by the Kiev regime are not stiffened after at least four days, have no typical cadaver stains, and the wounds contain unconsumed blood.
All this confirms conclusively that the photos and video footage from Bucha are another production by the Kiev regime for the Western media, as was the case in Mariupol with the maternity hospital, as well as in other cities."
The oddities surrounding this event didn’t stop there. The Russian Envoy to the UN reported that, “The U.K. Presidency in the UN Security Council refused to convene an urgent open UNSC meeting on Monday to discuss without delay the tragic events in Bucha, as it was requested by Russia. Unprecedented! What they are afraid of?”
As I noted in my article that explains the reasons Russia invaded, it’s very unlikely this was done at the hands of Russians. The Russians have been obsessed with reducing civilian casualties and limiting damage to civilian infrastructure as much as possible, to the point that they are taking additional losses that could have been mitigated by a more aggressive engagement policy.
The New York Times put out an article claiming that satellite imagery shows the bodies were on the street since March 11th; however, when I tried to review the area on Google Maps and Bing Maps, at first, I was unable to locate any streets in the entire city of Bucha that matched the imagery used in the Times article.
The imagery shows a distinct building that has four white squares for a roof, a housing complex that looks like two identical gray buildings from above and a divided road leading to an intersection with a large round-about in it. The Times article claims this took place on a street called ”Yablonska street”, but a search for that street on Google and Bing turned up nothing. There is a busy street called “Yablunska street” but no part of that street resembles the Times imagery. There are very few divided roads in Bucha and none of them look like this.
Finally, after searching for hours, I was able to find the street this took place on using street view. The images are very bizarre. Here are side-by-side comparisons to the Google street view taken in 2015.
It doesn’t even look like these images were taken on the same planet.
My intent with the image search was to try and determine how big the city is, how important this road is to the city, and if it seems plausible that the Mayor and Ukrainian Police would have missed dozens of dead bodies being strewn about a road there for several weeks. Needless to say, I don’t believe the Times article about this.
Turns out the reason I couldn’t find this place was because it was in the only greyed out region of the greater Kyiv area that has bizarre satellite imagery. No other place in Kyiv is like this. If you scroll around the outskirts of Kyiv, this is the only place that is greyed out besides one other small area to the west of this one. What are the odds of that?
I find it HIGHLY implausible that dozens of dead bodies were left laying in the middle of a road in a highly developed brand spanking new area of Bucha, an area so new that Google, Bing and Yandex don’t even have the roads registered as existing, while the Mayor and Police were left totally oblivious to their existence for three whole weeks.
Here’s a view from the ЖК Idilika, an apartment complex just to the left of where the camera on the video is looking. No one saw anything!
Here’s some video of Nazis roaming around Bucha shooting unarmed people.
Nazis executing captured Russian soldiers:
Geopolitical analyst Gozalo Lira presented an hour long video covering this topic that provides further background details.