Some expert commentary on that "Russian massacre" in Bucha; and residents of Mariupol tell what Ukrainian forces did to them
Here—while they're still legal—are useful antidotes to some Big Lies lately churned out by the Western media
A rich selection of videos/interviews refuting the official story of the “Russian massacre” in Bucha:
And here’s a good analysis:
The truth about Bucha
by Slavisha Batko Milacic April 10, 2022
Shortly after the Russian troops left the outskirts of Kiev, the pro-Ukrainian media fired a broadside of stories about alleged Russian war crimes against peaceful civilians, traces of which were found in the abandoned towns. Before very long the first video appeared, with corpses scattered along the street, some of which, upon closer inspection, turned out to be quite alive. However, this did not prevent a number of publications from coming up with colorful first-person stories about the “atrocities” committed by the Russian military. The bottom line idea was that Russian soldiers do not want to fight and are scared, while simultaneously all too happy to commit war crimes by shooting at civilians and throwing grenades into a basement full of townsfolk hiding there. Soon, the temperature of anti-Russian propaganda went so high that even true-blue pro-Ukrainian viewers and readers began to question the credibility of what was going on.
Patrick Lancaster reports from Mariupol, where residents tell of attacks by the Ukrainian forces: