dann zeig mal die ukrainische quelle :)Nichts leichter als das. Es wird immer mehr darüber in Ukrainischen Medien berichtet.
Hier nur zwei aktuelle Beispiele. Ukrainische Quellen.
Poroshenko flirts with Berkut? Heavenly hundred was shot by their leaders.Und noch ein Artikel in Ukrainischen Medien vom 24. Dezember 2014: Diskussion: Russland das Buhland... aber warum? (Beitrag von IvanIV)
Fans of the Maidan and Witnesses of "Heavenly hundred" are awaiting hard times, full of surprises and unexpected discoveries. For example, not bloody Berkut shot peaceful protesters, as it was considered a year. It turns out that "Berkut" has nothing to do with.
One of the leaders of the Ukrainian interior Ministry, the first Deputy chief investigative police Department Vitaly Sakai made a truly sensational statement. According to him, a group of investigators, "which is investigating resonant murders on the Maidan, no longer suspects the officers of the special unit "Berkut" in the shooting of protesters miganovce".
"20-year-old Ukrainian Armenian origin Sergey Ngoana killed by a shot from a hunting rifle - 2 shots in the chest and once in the head. And the 25-year-old citizen of Belarus of Zhiznevsky from a gun, a bullet in the heart. Examination showed that the police was not armed with such weapons, and this suggests that the killing of activists of Maidan was "not carried out by the staff of the Berkut, but by unknown persons" he stated.
Schon am 28. Mai berichtete der Telegraph (ist jetzt keine Ukrainische Quelle, aber auch keine Russische)
dass der Vorsitzender der Ukrainischen parlamentarischen Untersuchungskommission zu der Einsicht gekommen ist, dass es keinerlei forensische Beweise gibt, die auf die Polizeikräfte hindeuteten.
Ukraine crisis: who fired the shots that shook the Maidan?
“Yanukovych has blood on his hands!” tweeted Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt.
Mr Bildt never expressed any interest later in numerous pieces of evidence that pointed to others, and not Yanukovych, as having “blood on their hands”.
The most recent revelations about responsibility for the killings come from Ukrainian sources. Gennady Moskal, head of the Ukrainian parliamentary commission investigating the shootings on “Black Thursday” said the bullets found did not match firearms issued to the special anti-riot police unit Berkut, which, unlike most police units, was allowed to carry lethal weapons.
Mr Moskal also said there was no forensic evidence linking the mass killings in Kiev on February 20 to the Berkut.