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 BBC journalists exposed Russian lies about 10-year-old girl killed in Donetsk. VIDEO

BBC journalists made Russian propagandists acknowledge that there was no 10-year-old girl killed in Petrovsky district of Donetsk in early April.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing mw.ua.

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BBC reporter conducted an investigation which showed that local residents only heard of the accident on TV, and there was no shelling in the Petrovsky district of Donetsk that day. "We only heard about it on TV. If there had been something, we would have known," several residents of the district said.

Besides, the reporters visited the Donetsk morgue, but its director Mykola Kalashnykov also said there had been no dead girl recently.

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As a result, Russian media representative confessed that "there was no girl," and the media spread the lies because "they were forced to."

Before the "killed girl" Russian propaganda reported of a "crucified boy" in Sloviansk central square, "tortures of his mother," and a single female "witness" to this, who still claimed that many people had been forced to come and see. Subsequently, Russia's Pervy TV Channel reported that this could have been the woman's "sick fantasies."



 
 
 
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