Boutcha : combien de temps pour savoir ce qu’il s’est passé ?

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Hier sur Public Sénat, question du journaliste Thomas Hugues : « Combien de temps ça peut prendre pour dire que ce qu’il s’est passé à Boutcha c’est le fait de l’armée russe et pas une manipulation ? »

Réponse de Jeanne Sulzer, avocate, responsable de la Commission justice internationale à Amnesty International France.

Article de Cora Engelbrecht, « Russia has committed ‘apparent war crimes,’ Human Rights Watch says », The New York Times, 3 avril 2022 :
« Ukrainian soldiers from the Azov battalion in Bucha, a town northwest of Kyiv, where footage showed scattered bodies and widespread destruction on the streets on Saturday ». Avec l’ancien blason utilisant les symboles du Soleil noir et de la Wolfsangel.

« Scenes of desperation and death as the Russians retreat from suburbs outside Kyiv » », The New York Times, 2 avril 2022 :

« Ukrainian soldiers from the Azov battalion walked through the remnants of a Russian military convoy in the recently liberated town of Bucha on Saturday, just outside the capital after the Russians withdrew. Nearby residents reached for food being distributed by Ukrainian soldiers. Many had not received food, or had electricity or gas to cook with — for more than a month. Older residents stood near a body left on the sidewalk.

In the nearby town of Irpin, members of the Odin Unit, which includes foreign fighters from the United States and United Kingdom, took cover on Tuesday as they moved through the streets and cleared remaining Russian forces.

For the past five weeks, photographers with The New York Times and other news organizations throughout Ukraine have chronicled the invasion. »