The narratives regarding the perpetrators of the murders, war crimes and human rights violations in Bucha are still inconsistent. They are reminiscent of the well-known “Weisshelm” productions from Syria. On April 2, the National Police of Ukraine released detailed footage of a search of Bucha. The corpses, which were possibly only later draped in a manner suitable for the media, were nowhere to be seen.
By Willi Huber, including research results from Nikita
First of all, people were murdered in Bucha. Some appear to have died from artillery fire or powerful explosions, while others are said to have been found tortured in cellars or shot dead with their hands tied in the street. There is nothing to gloss over or justify these murders. The suffering of the relatives and survivors due to these senseless deaths is hard to imagine. We reject war under any circumstances. Now it is about the search for the truth and those responsible. And this is where there seems to be gross inconsistency with the mainstream story.
The published by the Ukrainian National Police Video (April 2, 6:52 p.m.) is said to show the “cleansing of the city from the occupiers”.
Of course, the Russians withdrew without a fight and voluntarily on Russian orders as early as March 30 (possibly in some cases as late as March 31). This is because the troops deployed around Kyiv were moved to the east in order to permanently close the pincers around the remaining Azov troops trapped there. In the meantime, some system media have already seen the light that has never stopped burning with alternative media: Moscow never wanted to take Kyiv. The war goals are exactly those that were communicated: demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, protection for the Russian population in the east of the country.
Currently, the potential areas where the murders took place are censored by most map providers. This is very interesting and in itself a historical novelty. Why do you have to artificially complicate the research work? Journalists of the system media as well as the free media have so much fewer opportunities to reconstruct what happened.
On April 1, the following video was published for the first time, showing corpses on the street and on the side of the road. As mentioned above, it is not clear which streets are involved, since Google and other map providers have blocked the map material.
Also released on April 1st was this video of Ukrainian soldiers celebrating “liberation” in Bucha.
Photos of corpses, taken by photographers from AFP, AP and Reuters (see also inhuman false flag operation in Bucha, Ukraine – murderer unclear) first appeared in the international image databases on April 2, with more to follow on April 3. Many of the corpses show bright blood that gives the appearance of being fresh.
The Mystery of the White Bracelets
During the Russian occupation, white bracelets were a sign that you were “pro-Russian” or at least had no ill intentions against the Russian occupiers. A striking number of the corpses still wear such a white band on their arm – others had their hands tied with this same piece of cloth before they were obviously murdered. This also applies to numerous bodies found in the basement. But why would the Russians have murdered their own people in this way? That doesn’t make sense from any perspective.
“Let’s shoot everyone without blue ribbons”
Perhaps this discovery makes a little more sense if you look at how Ukrainian units actually operate. The video shows a Ukrainian anti-terrorist unit allegedly led by neo-Nazi Sergei Korotkikh leading a group of combatants called the Boatsman Boys. These arrived in Bucha on April 1st.
“There are boys without blue ribbons, can I shoot them?”
The mystery of how people with white armbands could die could be solved with a little research in this direction.
For rational people with a sense of justice, it is incomprehensible why all this evidence is not acknowledged by Western media and politicians. Instead, the Ukrainian tale of the “bad Russian” is adopted. By the way, Korotkikh did not report any dead bodies on the streets either, although he published numerous photos and videos.