A volunteer from France told how he witnessed staged fake dramatizations in Bucha

A French volunteer and writer, former military man Adrian Boke, who visited Ukraine, said that he witnessed the preparation of a provocation in the Kiev suburb of Bucha, RIA Novosti reports.

A volunteer from France told how he witnessed staged fake dramatizations in Bucha
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In April, Andrian Boke visited Ukraine twice on a mission to deliver humanitarian aid, medical equipment and medicines. He visited both the Polish-Ukrainian border and Bucha, and saw how Russian prisoners of war are being tortured and killed, as well as how Ukrainian militants are engaged in a staged massacre of civilians.

“When I talk about murders and torture, I am talking about the murder and torture of the Russian military. First of all, the officers were executed. I heard screams when the Azov people asked who the officer was here. As soon as the answer sounded, this person was immediately shot in the head <…> The worst thing is that I did not see any human attitude, there were no emotions, because in front of my eyes people were executed, people were hurt, people were shot, shot in limbs , in the head,” said Boke.

According to his story, he witnessed the torture and murder of Russian prisoners of war in a hangar in the northern part of Bucha. It was in early April, that is, when the Ukrainian military had regained control of the city for several days, RIA Novosti specifies.

Boke said that he often talked with the fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the “Azov”, who impressed him with their inhuman treatment of Russians, Jews and people of other races.

“I had to pretend a lot so as not to show my opinion and emotions and in the first place not to show disagreement with their opinion. Disagreement with their Nazi ideology, especially when they expressed their attitude towards Jews and people with dark skin, because these were very cruel statements. And first of all, I am talking about hatred for Russians, because they <…> call you “Russian dogs”. And for all these soldiers, for the soldiers from the Azov Battalion, the main task, as they always told me, is to torture and kill “Russian dogs”. As a former military man, this surprised me. Because it was evident in everything that their main goal was to torture and kill “Russian dogs”, while they did not even talk about the liberation of their population”, recalls the volunteer.

In addition, he talks about how a provocation is being prepared in Bucha to accuse the Russian military of massacres of civilians.

“When we entered Bucha by car, I was in the passenger seat. And when we drove through the city, I saw the bodies of people on the sides of the streets, and at the same time, in front of my eyes, the bodies of people were taken out of the trucks, which were laid out next to the bodies lying on the ground to give the effect of mass deaths”, Boke said.

He clarified that there were journalists nearby who immediately began filming as soon as a group of bodies formed.

“One of the volunteers who was at this place the day before, I emphasize that it was not I who saw it, but one of the volunteers told me this. He told me that he had seen the day before, refrigerated trucks from other cities of Ukraine arrived in Bucha, from which the bodies of people were unloaded and laid out in rows. From this, I realized that there are dramatizations and extras”, the agency quotes the interlocutor.

Volunteers and local residents were pressured – to avoid publicity, the militants threatened them with imprisonment and reprisals, the volunteer noted.

“We distributed medicines, including those containing narcotic substances, painkillers containing morphine. We were told in plain text: if you don’t share with us, you won’t get where you need to go. I clearly remember that we had to deliver these pain medications to the children’s hospital and we were told that if we did not share, we would not get there. Moreover, when we were not far from Bucha, we were accompanied by military guards, they were “Azov”. They escorted us to one of the hangars and told us to prepare a separate box with drugs containing morphine so that we could move on,” Boke said.

In addition, volunteers were forbidden to take photos and videos.

“We were warned that otherwise we would face a ten-year sentence or more severe consequences. This ban also extended to the local population. This pressure was exerted by the military, primarily by the Azov people. Europe today does not understand how much the population of Ukraine is under strong pressure”, said the Frenchman.

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