An Azerbaijani patriot posted this photograph up at the Bulgarian forum, pursuing propagandistic aims to reveal to the world “the exceptional savageness of Armenia aggressors” and to show 600 skeletons of inhabitants of Khojaly. However, this very photograph can be found in many other sites on Khojaly and genocide matters.
Now we will examine it more thoroughly. The exchange of fire took place at night on 25-26th of February, 1992, and in the morning of 2th of March the corpses were picked up and taken away (and, judging by the sequences of the video-chronicle, there were about 30 or 40 bodies there, but this is another issue for consideration).
A question rises from here: how could the bodies “become skeletons” within several cold nights, if for the human body and clothes to decay, at least 100 years are required?
There is no point in proving the fact that we have an obvious forgery here, is there?