DPR: Map discovered with positions of Ukrainian BUKs on day of MH17 crash (updated)

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Detail of the Ukrainian military map captured by the DPR militia referred to in the report below. (DAN news)

Gazeta.rureports:

The authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic [DPR] announced the discovery of a map with the positions of Ukrainian “BUKs” on the day of the crash near Donetsk of a Malaysian Boeing. This was reported by the Donetsk news agency.

The statement was made by the Deputy Commander of the DPR Defense Ministry Edward Basurin.

“Yesterday you [journalists] were shown commanders’ maps obtained from captured soldiers of Ukrainian units. Although all the documents have merit in one degree or another, one stands out particularly. This is a working map of the commander of the 1st Battalion of the 95th separate airmobile brigade, dating back to the beginning of July of last year” – said Basurin. “The most notable marks on the map are the starting…

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Extremist OUN posts evidence of massive Ukrainian army losses in Debaltsevo

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Destroyed Ukrainian APC in the Debaltsevo cauldron (Babay ‏@Truth_Seeker_11)

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists published photographic evidence of the massive losses of the Ukrainian army in the Debaltsevo cauldron. This information is contrary to the statements by Kiev that there was no “cauldron” and losses were minimal. In turn, the Committee of Soldiers’ Mothers of Ukraine has accused the government of deliberately concealing the real number of those killed in Debaltsevo.

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) on Wednesday (April 29) published photographs of the bodies of dozens of fighters of the National Guard [broken link] (18+) who died during the events in the Debaltsevo cauldron. It proved to be radical photographic evidence of what happened to the Ukrainian military surrounded by the militia of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. More than 200 photographs were published. After a while, the site became unavailable.

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