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Photo № 11. Myth about tied legs

Плод, извлеченный из распоротого чрева матери

The authors of the report of the organization “Memorial” refer to the Azerbaijani doctors who claimed that an act of violence and outrage upon the dead bodies had taken place. And as an “evidence”, photographs of the dead body of a barefooted woman with tied legs were produced. The “Memorial” didn’t put the words of Azerbaijani to doubt, supposing that it is impossible to lie so monstrously, therefore they mentioned about it in their reports.

It is evident that in the photograph the tying of the legs up took place posthumously, that is they tied up the legs of a dead body, for, if it were not so, typical strangulation fissure must have remained on the legs which, definitely, is not observed.

The question “Why should Armenians tie up the legs of the dead body?” is just a rhetorical one…

Now let’s go back to the chronicle:

1) the brightly colored dress
2) the blue leggings
3) in the first two photos, the leggings stretch to the middle of the ankle, and in the third photo they nearly reach the knee.
4) the striped sweater
5) the legs are not tied up

In the sequences of the chronicle taken from the Web Site of the Embassy of Azerbaijan to Kuwait, it is apparent that the legs of the body are not only tied, but are also in thick socks reaching the knees, whereas in the photo with tied legs there are no socks and the leggings reach the middle of the woman’s ankle.

The conclusion suggests itself: the legs of the victim were tied up by the Azerbaijani themselves in order to prove to the world the guilt of Armenians in “violation of bodies”.

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