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Confirmed by CNN reporter: Mariupol mass grave story is hot

The media has been under the spell of 'mass graves' in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol for more than a week. Satellite images show possible mass grave at Mariupol, NOS reported last Thursday. A day later it sounded more definite : 'Investigation of mass grave Mariupol race against time'. Once again, the all-seeing eye of satellite embarrasses Putin , the AD headlined this week.

Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett took a closer look and discovered that the mass graves do not exist at all. It's a hoax. She was ignored. Now that a CNN reporter has also visited the site of the 'mass graves', the media can no longer ignore it.

We found no mass graves
Bruno Carvalho writes for CNN Portugal that the site of the one 'mass grave' was not difficult to find. We found no mass graves in Manhush, contrary to what the former mayor of Mariupol claimed, he says.

Carvalho came across some 230 individual graves. Gravediggers told him that the bodies came from Mariupol and belonged to Ukrainian civilians and soldiers. They are in a coffin and a death certificate has even been drawn up.

Lie
An elderly woman named Ana told the CNN reporter that Ukrainian authorities are attacking their own people. He also spoke to a doctor, who said there is no mass grave. Carvalho specifically asked the doctor about mass graves allegedly made by the Russian army. That's a lie, the doctor said.

According to the Ukrainian authorities, there is a second mass grave near Mariupol. There, too, Carvalho found bodies in coffins and gravediggers denied the existence of mass graves.

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Many know that the Russia and Corrupt Ukraine story is "nothing" about it! Confirmed by CNN reporter: Mariupol mass grave story is hot The media has been under the spell of 'mass graves' in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol for more than a week. Satellite images show possible mass grave at Mariupol, NOS reported last Thursday. A day later it sounded more definite : 'Investigation of mass grave Mariupol race against time'. Once again, the all-seeing eye of satellite embarrasses Putin , the AD headlined this week. Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett took a closer look and discovered that the mass graves do not exist at all. It's a hoax. She was ignored. Now that a CNN reporter has also visited the site of the 'mass graves', the media can no longer ignore it. We found no mass graves Bruno Carvalho writes for CNN Portugal that the site of the one 'mass grave' was not difficult to find. We found no mass graves in Manhush, contrary to what the former mayor of Mariupol claimed, he says. Carvalho came across some 230 individual graves. Gravediggers told him that the bodies came from Mariupol and belonged to Ukrainian civilians and soldiers. They are in a coffin and a death certificate has even been drawn up. Lie An elderly woman named Ana told the CNN reporter that Ukrainian authorities are attacking their own people. He also spoke to a doctor, who said there is no mass grave. Carvalho specifically asked the doctor about mass graves allegedly made by the Russian army. That's a lie, the doctor said. According to the Ukrainian authorities, there is a second mass grave near Mariupol. There, too, Carvalho found bodies in coffins and gravediggers denied the existence of mass graves. https://www.ninefornews.nl/bevestigd-door-cnn-verslaggever-verhaal-over-massagraven-bij-marioepol-is-broodje-aap/#
Bevestigd door CNN-verslaggever: verhaal over massagraven bij Marioepol is broodje aap
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