Russia Burns Mariupol Residents in its Mobile Crematories

by Olha Povaliaieva
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Russia Burns Mariupol Residents in its Mobile Crematories

Kremlin destroys evidence of genocide in Mariupol — more than 30.000 people were killed by Putin in Mariupol

Kremlin destroys evidence of genocide in Mariupol — more than 5.000 people were killed by Putin in Mariupol.

According to the Mariupol city council, on April 6, Russian mobile crematories started to work in Mariupol. These are the same crematories that the Russians brought with them to the war, but did not use them to dispose of the bodies of their dead soldiers.

The killers are covering their tracks. Following the widespread genocide in Bucha, Russia's top leadership ordered the destruction of all evidence of its army's crimes in Mariupol. A week ago, cautious estimates of murdered civilians of Mariupol toll at 30.000. According to the size of the city, catastrophic destruction, the duration of the blockade, and fierce resistance, the victims of the occupiers could be tens of thousands of civilians. That is why Russia doesn't hurry to give the green light to Turkey's mission and other initiatives to save and evacuate Mariupol entirely. In addition, all potential witnesses to Russia's atrocities are being identified through filtration camps and destroyed.

Russia left all the dirty work to the collaborators. Eyewitnesses report that the rashists (Russian fascists, author's note) recruited DNR terrorists to special brigades. They collect and burn the bodies of Mariupol residents murdered and killed as a result of the Russian invasion. The work of these groups is directly coordinated by the "mayor" of collaborationist Konstantin Ivashchenko. For many years he and his associates repeatedly tried to seize power, but in the end, he managed to become the director of the Mariupol crematorium.

"The scale of the tragedy in Mariupol has not been seen since the days of the concentration nazis. Rashists have turned our entire city into a death camp. It is no longer Chechnya or Aleppo. It is the new Auschwitz and Maidanek. The world must help punish Putin's villains," Vadym Boychenko, the mayor of Mariupol.

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