The occupiers pre-assembled a production about the fight with Polish saboteurs
Russia’s occupying forces have pre-edited a production video that appears to be fresh, allegedly involving a battle with Ukrainian-Polish saboteurs in the Donbas.
Militarnyi reported by this.
The occupiers’ resources from the so-called People’s Militia of the DPR on 18th February began spreading information about the movement of two sabotage groups in the Horlivka area.
People’s Militia of the DPR reported that DNR militants opened fire, and “saboteurs” suffered losses and retreated.
The collision scene allegedly found personal protective equipment and ammunition of foreign design. Also allegedly on the collision scene attached to the bulletproof vest action camera.
People’s Militia of the DPR further reported that DNR militants intercepted Polish-language saboteurs’ talks shortly before the clash.
Also, they reported that a group of Ukrainian saboteurs allegedly tried to blow up a tank for storing ammonia at the Styrol plant in the city of Horlivka.
Militants from the so-called People’s Militia of the DPR released a video allegedly from the camera of one of the saboteurs.
Prepared in advance
While saving the video from the source and checking its creation date, it became known that the video is called Fragment from Flash DRG was created on 8th February 2022.
At the same time, DNR militants claim that the battle took place on 18th February.
The video had stored in a folder called Projects\2022\02 February\2022-02-08 DRG that showed a more detailed analysis of the video metadata revealed.
The video metadata also includes a folder with a different date that indicates 2021.
Warsaw called that statement about saboteurs with a Polish trail in Donbas a provocation. The statement of the occupiers in ORDLO about the alleged Polish-speaking saboteurs is an information provocation for further escalating the situation.
The spokesperson of the Minister-Coordinator for Special Services of Poland of the Stanislaw Zharin wrote about this.
“Russian media, citing pro-Russian authorities occupying Donbas, reported the shooting of” Ukrainian provocateurs “who spoke Polish.” It is another information provocation, which consists in spreading lies about Poland, as well as an attempt to create an excuse to escalate the situation,” Zharin wrote.
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