The Bellingcat informational website has published ‘photo evidence’ of Russian or Syrian ‘airstrike’ on the UN humanitarian convoy in Syria.
The more time passes since the tragic incident with the UN humanitarian convoy in Syria, the more actively Western media join the cause, trying to present an “evidence of Russian and Syrian airstrike on the convoy.” In particular, we are talking about the Bellingcat informational website that has received wide and scandal notoriety in connection with its fakes about the ‘investigation’ of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing near Donetsk in 2014. This time, Bellingsat has published photos of fragments of the ‘Russian bomb’ on the ‘scene of the tragedy’ near Aleppo.
“Based on this [photos], it is possible to make an accurate identification of the munition debris recovered as coming from the tail section of the OFAB 250-270 high explosive fragmentation bomb,” the piece read. “OFAB 250-270s are unguided bombs previously documented as being used by both the Syrian and Russian air forces extensively in their bombing campaigns in Syria. These bombs, originating from the weapons factories of the USSR and Russian Federation, are not used by aircraft manufactured by NATO countries, nor are they used by Predator drones.”
Thus, the whole world should believe that the UN convoy was attacked by Russian or Syrian fighter jets, basing on the one photo.
According to the photos, Bellingcat presents the situation like an aerial bomb made a neat hole in the roof and even more neat landed in a pile of the boxes with UN medicines. The medicines were partially scattered, but no more. At the same time, the building is almost not affected.
But if the bombing was carried out with the OFABs, why there no pictures of other fragments of the bombs, as well as of other parts of the bombs? Or maybe fablers from Bellingcat want to say that the only one Russian ammunition was used?
A close examination of the photo allows to notice that the ‘OFAB’ worked so ‘unique’ that left only the stabilizer and no traces of debris on the walls after itself. This says only about one thing: someone brought on the scene the tail part of a Russian air bomb, but forgot to take care about plausible decorations, which occur after hitting a building with a 250-pound high-explosive bomb.