The photograph of a child “tortured and killed in Khojaly by Armenians” is largely disseminated as a factual material used as an indication of “brutality” of Armenians.
“The dead Azerbaijani child on the Khojaly roads” for some reason appears in A. Orekhovski’s reportage “A Long Way to Erkech” published in the newspaper “Komsomolec Kuzbasa” on January 25, 1991.
However, the validity check showed that the photo has no connection either with the “Komsomolec”, or with “Khojaly : in these photos taken by the reporter Oleg Litvin are the victims of the act of terror in 1989. The pressman of the agency 1news.az (actively using falsified photo-materials in his video-projects) Rizvan Guseinov, with great zeal threw himself to unmask Armenian “falsifiers”:
«rizer001 wrote: ( Pigh's blog)
Dec. 31st, 2009 01:44 pm (UTC)
thank you, dear, I have been looking for this copy for a long time!!! now we will know the primary source of falsification made by Armenians in the photo of the Azerbaijani child, the victim of the act of terror in 1989 made by Armenians” (the style and the spelling of the original are preserved).
However, the “unmasker” didn’t take into account a couple of delicate and principle issues, that is:
a) the child who was burned during the act of terror in the bus in 1989, can by no means be a victim of “Armenian aggression” in Khojaly. And “the facts” with the help of which he reveals the “Armenian terrorism” are falsified;
b) the Armenian side has no connection with the newspaper “Komsomoletc Kuzbassa” and its reporter A Orekhovski. We’ve just placed in the Web the scanned copy of the newspaper with the reportage and the photo. Consequently, it is groundless to blame Armenians in stealing the “icon of falsification”, the Azerbaijani boy.
The most striking and important thing in all this is the following:
The child photographed in 1989 can by no means be a victim of events at Aghdam-city, at night on 25-26th of February,1992.