Exposing Russia’s false flag attacks in Ukraine & those who promote them.
First a warning: Some of the images in this post are very graphic. But regrettably, the victims seen in this false flag operation need to be shown as evidence. Secondly: we should remember the warning from US Intelligence, that Russia may use corpses in eastern Ukraine for false flag attacks. This done in an effort to blame Ukraine and give Putin his casus belli to (re)invade. Well this post shows that Russia has indeed used corpses and reduced itself to the status of graverobber country.
In an effort to falsely justify its impending invasion of Ukraine, we’ve seen a steady stream of instantly disprovable false claims of Ukraine having planted bombs, sent sabotage units into eastern Ukraine, shelled civilians and even attacked a Russian border post.
The False Flag.
Seen below, on Feb 22nd, the Russia-led Donetsk people’s republic reported 3 people killed in two explosions. This on the main road from the occupied city of Donetsk, to the occupied town of Horlivka. They claim (Ukrainian) “demolitionists” tried to blow up a military commander, but missed him and instead blew up a civilian car.
The below images are screen shots taken from two videos filmed from Russian occupied Ukraine. The videos can be watched at the end of this post.
1: The old car which they claim was destroyed in the explosions has no number plates. This indicates it’s likely to have been sourced from a junk yard. Another good indication the car was planted here and deliberately set on fire, is the total absence of any glass on the ground or inside it – this despite all its windows being missing, apart from the rear one.
2: The car has what are obviously round bullets holes in the front section of the car. Clearly in an effort to replicate shrapnel, someone’s probably used a machine gun to fire a burst of bullets into it.
3: Inside the car, images posted by Patrick Lancaster show perhaps two badly burnt corpses. Seen below, the most notable body part is a skull – which has what looks to be a bullet hole through it. However, what’s more noticeable is the skull has earlier been cleanly sawn in half – most likely during an autopsy/medical procedure – which maybe related to the hole in the skull.
This is an significant indicator the bodies may have been removed from a morgue, or perhaps dug up from recent graves – then dumped in the car. If the hole was indeed caused by a bullet, then this body maybe that of a Russia-led soldier. One can only feel immense compassion towards the families related to the deceased. For their bodies to have been used in such a callous way for a propaganda stunt, must be heart wrenching.
Subsequently, Victor Weedn, a renowned career forensic pathologist with experience examining victims of IED blasts and former chief of the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory: said: the skull shows a distinct cut, as if made by a bone saw. “It’s a typical cut made to remove the skullcap as performed during an autopsy.” Weedn also said after examining the images. He also noted that a small hole in the skull suggested a bullet’s exit wound, rather than a typical wound from IED shrapnel. Link to Grid website for more info.
A Bellingcat investigation confirms that prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine “separatists” used corpses (as seen in this post) to fake an IED attack – this being used as evidence of Ukrainian brutality by the Russian media. Link to Bellingcat report. Report kindly mentions myself as having first noticed signs that the corpses were autopsied.
4: In one of the videos, we also see an old green van. Like the car, it too doesn’t have any number plates. Seen in the video, there doesn’t appear to be any obvious damage, apart from a broken open side window and a few white scuff marks – and again there doesn’t look to be any glass on the ground. One wonders why the van driver chose to stop the very second after the (nonexistent) bomb went off, rather than drive on? Again this looks to be a previously scrapped vehicle.
5: The graphic photos were posted by Patrick Lancaster on Twitter – and we see him in one of the videos. From the US, he’s been illegally living in Russian occupied eastern Ukraine since 2014. He’s an unconvincing, unprincipled liar, whose paid by Russia to push its disinformation. As seen here, he’s been actively promoting the worst of Russia’s false flag attacks and routinely promotes the lie that Ukrainian forces deliberately target civilians.
His Feb 22nd tweet. Note he writes his “report and investigation soon.” Well, as you’ll see in the video, he doesn’t investigate anything.
And lastly, another of Russia’s western propagandists.
Feb 22nd: Like Lancaster, Dean O’Brien promoted this false flag attack, “yet another terrorist attack by the armed forces of Ukraine” adding for good measure “People in the West need to understand this is why Russian peacekeepers are needed here.” Previously, O’Brien has illegally entered occupied eastern Ukraine and has plans to do so again later this year – this would be a criminal offence under Ukrainian law. As with Lancaster, he too trumpets disinformation about Ukrainian army deliberately targeting civilians & throws out repugnant false claims that Ukraine’s a NAZI supporting country. An indication he’s merely a useful idiot, is the fact he’s tweeted the same video which this post has revealed as an obvious false flag attack. Maybe O’Brien or Lancaster know the identity of the victims? Maybe they would like to apologies to the victims families for using their deceased loves ones as Russian propaganda clickbait?