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Photo № 8. Skeletons in rags and tatters

Плод, извлеченный из распоротого чрева матери

A very interesting false photograph!

We would like to remind one more time that the bodies remained at Nakhijevanik for only a few hours and could have turned into skeletons only in one case: if they had been burned. However, there were no conflagrations there. And even if we find fires conceivable, it seems very strange, that the bodies burned down, while the clothes didn’t. Pay attention to the fact that in the colored photo we can see nothing beneath the clothes: there are no bodies there, only skeletons.

And there is no point in claiming that the skull is taken off while the arms and legs are “in there usual place”.

It is evident that this is an exhumed body of a man who died a very long time ago. By the way, judging by the expressions on “spectators’” faces, there cannot be found signs of special grief on them.

It is no use speaking about the state of propaganda in Azerbaijan if the Supreme Court of the country disseminates suborned photographs

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