Assad was accused of gassing his own people as his army left Khan Shaykhun barely seven years ago. When the incident’s specifics were revealed, the truth was discovered to be quite different. The Russian military is currently being blamed for a massacre in Bucha, Ukraine. They have been tried and convicted in every Western capital, as well as in every accessible media outlet, but there has been no actual investigation. A satellite shot claimed to show dead lying on the road about two weeks before the Russians left Bucha, Ukraine.
The photograph, which was first reported by the New York Times and corroborated by the BBC on March 19, flatly refutes Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s claim that a recent footage of bodies in Bucha was faked.
The satellite image shows what appear to be bodies in the same regions where they were recovered after Ukrainian forces retook control of the town north of Kyiv. According to the Russian tweet, the remains “had no normal cadaver stains.”
According to the pathologist, the appearance of someone who has died from a gunshot wound or other act of violence varies substantially depending on the weapon used, the distance from which they were shot, and other factors.
Blood can pool beneath people or seep through thick garments, especially if they are dressed for the cold, so there isn’t always a lot of visible blood.
“All the bodies of those whose images were published by the Kiev authorities have not stiffened after at least four days,” Russia’s Foreign Ministry tweeted.
According to the Ukrainian military, the Russians left in the early hours of March 31. According to the Russians, they fled on March 30. In the hours after death, body muscles contract and stiffen, a condition known as rigor mortis.