Skip to comments.Videos Reportedly Show GRAD Rockets Fired From Inside Russia
Posted on 07/16/2014 1:35:23 PM PDT by lodi90
We are working on verifying this video clip described as showing shelling from the Russian border town of Gukovo on Ukrainian territory using Grad multiple rocket launchers. The footage appears to be the earliest shared online and tallies with multiple reports on Twitter of clashes in this border area.
Should we believe either side?
What video clip?
Of course not. It does appear that one side uses terms such as, “We are working on verifying this video clip,” versus the other.
What video clip?
There are two videos at the link. They were uploaded by Russians who have now deleted their accounts. FSB doing some cleaning up, presumably.
The videos were uploaded by private citizen Russians.
We haven’t heard from Team Putin yet. It appears the Putinists are awaiting marching orders. Usually they claim fake when caught red handed killing Ukrainians. But it’s all clear here and verified. Big problems for Russia and their useful idiots.
Like this one?
And this one?
What stopped you from posting the direct links?
Like I just did.
Because if he posted the direct link(s) to YouTube, you wouldn’t see the commentary that the videos are unverified. Jeepers, give it a rest already.
It's unfortunate that folks cannot use copy & paste due to racial inequality and global warming.
I agree. It’s also sad that FR can’t find someone to go after blogpimps, who actually can identify one.
If you see one, point him out.
All I can see are MRLS firing. Why would Russia do it from it’s territory?
The reason to fire rocket artillery from Russia is that Ukraine can’t fire back, get intel, etc. That’s also were the Russian supply train is obviously.
Sorry, but with all the air recon and satellites it doesn’t make sense at all.
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