Russians are trying to cross out their anti-human activities during the war with fakes

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Russians are trying to cross out their anti-human activities during the war with fakes

Sergey Leshchenko/Channel 24

Russians commit atrocities on the territory of Ukraine during the war. But they are trying to divert public attention from this by creating fakes about the activities of Ukrainians.

One of these fakes was spread by Russian state propagandists from RIA Novosti. This time they came up with a story that allegedly there was a secret prison at the Mariupol airport. And after the Russian attack, “the Kiev security forces covered their tracks, including digging up the bodies of dead prisoners.”

“By accusing Ukraine of such atrocities, Russia itself wants to absolve itself of responsibility for such crimes that they actually committed. With such fakes, they are trying to cross out their anti-human activities during this war,” journalist Sergei Leshchenko said.

It is worth adding that in their “revelations” Russian propagandists referred to the words of “former lieutenant colonel of the SBU Prozorov.” The Russians have been using it since March 2019. True, during that time he repeatedly changed his military rank – he was a lieutenant colonel, then he became a colonel.

It was then in March 2019, when Prozorov fled to Russia, he first spoke about the so-called “secret prison at the airport Mariupol”. Although at the first press conference he “gave out” not such information. According to his “data”, Ukraine was involved in the downing of the Malaysian Boeing, since the beginning of the war in Donbass, the Ukrainian military have used swastikas and “double zippers” on their helmets, and a lot of other things that Russian propaganda so loved to use when describing Ukrainians.

The SBU then confirmed that they really had such an employee. But he was fired due to drinking at work.

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