In His Thirst for War, Senator Jim Inhofe Releases Fake Photos of Russian Troops in the Ukraine
This will not be the first nor the last time for him and those of his ilk to try lie to us to achieve their evil agenda. Let’s be vigilant and expose these traitors of humanity at every turn. Better still, let’s get the ropes out …
* Busted: Kiev MPs try to fool US senator with ‘proof’ of Russian tanks in Ukraine – RT
* Busted: Kiev MPs try to fool US senator with ‘proof’ of Russian tanks in Ukraine – Veterans Today
* Ukrainian delegation misled U.S. senator’s office with fake photos of a ‘Russian invasion’
* Top US Newsman Brian Williams “Destroyed”, 3 Others Killed Over Obama 9/11 Fears
Source of report here.
Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee first viewed the graphic pictures in December. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R., Okla.) then obtained the photos and worked to independently verify and confirm the authenticity of the photos, before providing them exclusively to the Free Beacon.
Inhofe said he hopes the images act as a wake up call to the Obama administration and American people, who largely have been spared from seeing the graphic violence inflicted upon Ukraine by the Russian-backed separatists…
Following publication of this story, serious questions have been raised about the authenticity of some of the photographs provided by Sen. Jim Inhofe (R., Okla.). Several images of the Russian convoys appear to have been taken in 2008, during Russia’s conflict with Georgia. Given the similarities between the earlier images and those provided by the senator’s office, the Washington Free Beacon is investigating further and will update as necessary.
Sen. Inhofe said in a statement: “The Ukrainian parliament members who gave us these photos in print form as if it came directly from a camera really did themselves a disservice. We felt confident to release these photos because the images match the reporting of what is going on in the region. I was furious to learn one of the photos provided now appears to be falsified from an AP photo taken in 2008.