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Russia claims the pictures of dead bodies ‘are not stiff, have no typical corpse stains’ in Bucha and deny any massacre

by LLB political Reporter
4th Apr 22 4:42 pm

The Russian Defence Ministry has said on Monday afternoon that their troops had withdrawn from Bucha on 30 March, and have issued a statement saying “not a single resident” was hurt.

The Ministry has pointed out that the dead bodies “are not stiff, have no typical corpse stains, and the wounds have unclotted blood,” but claim they were placed there after the Russian troops had pulled out.

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The Mayor of Bucha was seen widely on Russian state TV and had excitedly spoke about Ukrainian forces having liberated the town on 31 March, but there was no mention of the bodies strewn in the street, Russia claims.

The timeline does appear to be confused though, as the Ministry had said in an earlier statement that their marines on 1 April, where conducting a “mopping up operation” in the Hostomel-Bucha Ozera sector.

Russia has said that their “special military operation” was only to target military targets and not any civilian targets.

Russia are claiming that Ukrainian provocateurs are responsible for the deaths and executions of civilians in Bucha.

However, there are now journalists on the ground witnessing first hand what really happened and they will asist the war crimes in Bucha to go to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

The US Pentagon has not disputed that what happened in Bucha is real, but they also pointed out that this cannot be verified.

A US official said, “We’re seeing the same imagery that you are.

“We have no reason whatsoever to refute the Ukrainian claims about these atrocities — clearly, deeply, deeply troubling.

“The Pentagon can’t independently and single handedly confirm that, but we’re also not in any position to refute those claims.”

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