Kami Oh (神王）suspected Azov Battalion did the Bucha Massacre, saying that the victims should have shown the sign of rigor mortis if they had been killed while Russian Army was there.
However, New York Times wrote as follows indicating that the onus should be on Russians.
If satellite images were available, then why Pentagon official says, “Pentagon can’t independently confirm atrocities in Ukraine’s Bucha”? Reuters
By any chance, Pentagon may have been concerned that if they say Russia did the Bucha Massacre, this might lead to WWIII.
Today’s blog of mine is largely based on Yukihisa Oikawa. You could judge which side was responsible for the Massacre. The following sites may help you to decide which side did this massacre.
The Russian defence ministry has claimed that the killings took place after their troops withdrew from Bucha on March 30. A New York Times report on April 4 said that satellite images show that many civilians were killed more than three weeks ago, when Russia’s military was in control of the town.
New Srebrenica. The Ukrainian city of Bucha was in the hands of 🇷🇺 animals for several weeks. *Local civillians were being executed arbitrarily*, some with hands tied behind their backs, their bodies scattered in the streets of the city.
Glenn Greenwald in stark contrast to the twitter experts
What Happened on Day 39 of the War in Ukraine
The bodies of 410 people who appeared to have been civilians have been recovered from the Kyiv region, Ukraine’s prosecutor general, Iryna Venediktova, said in a Facebook post on Sunday. The Times was not able to independently verify that figure.
Pentagon can’t independently confirm atrocities in Ukraine’s Bucha, official says Reuters
Strangely this graphic Reuters news report shows at least one dead body in Bucha wearing a pro-Russian white armband.
Questions abound about Bucha massacre [Warning Graphic Images]
“This is genocide,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told Face the Nation on CBS. “Mothers of Russians should see this. See what bastards you’ve raised. Murderers, looters, butchers,” he added on Telegram.
Where to Start
If there were to be a serious probe, one of the first places an investigator would begin is to map out a timeline of events.
Last Wednesday, all Russian forces left Bucha, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
This was confirmed on Thursday by a smiling Anatolii Fedoruk, the mayor of Bucha, in a video on the Bucha City Council official Facebook page. The translated post accompanying the video says:
March 31 – the day of the liberation of Bucha. This was announced by Bucha Mayor Anatolii Fedoruk. This day will go down in the glorious history of Bucha and the entire Bucha community as a day of liberation by the Armed Forces of Ukraine from the Russian occupiers.
All of the Russian troops are gone and yet there is no mention of a massacre. The beaming Fedoruk says it is a “glorious day” in the history of Bucha, which would hardly be the case if hundreds of dead civilians littered the streets around Fedoruk.
The Bucha Genocide Is Not Confirmed Independent Sentinel
The problem at the bottom of this is Ukraine has pushed numerous lies and endless propaganda to lure the West into a full-scale war with Russia. In fact, some US media are outwardly calling for war.