KHOJALY: The chronicle of unseen forgery and falsification

KHOJALY: The chronicle of unseen forgery and falsification

Working with historical sources, I have met sufficient examples of
falsifications and mythical fabrications made by Armenians …..
Havva Mamedova “KHOJALY: Shahids and shehids”, Baku-2004

Two neighboring nations living side by side were dispersed to
different sides of the barricade because of the Nagorno-Karabakh
conflict. The armed confrontation was followed by an informational
one.

In fact, there is nothing reprehensible in the willingness of the two
nations to represent their point of view to the world community and
give proofs in their favor. However, when the basic rule of
inadmissibility on using falsification as a proof is violated, even if
it intends to intensify the impression of the user with the help of
other materials (photos, video materials, agreements, documents,
letters, etc.),it is irrelevant to speak about the authenticity of
other facts. In this case it is evident that the whole propagandistic
`dance on bones’ doesn’t strive for the victory of justice, but
pursues solely defamational goals.

It happened so that the Azerbaijani side, feeling an urge to have its
`personal’ genocide (not a bit worse than their neighbors have),
undertook multishift and multifold actions to fix some dates on the
calendar as the days of a genocide against Azerbaijani
(azerbembassy.org.cn/rus/31march_docs08.html).

During the war in Nagorno-Karabakh, the civilian population was
repeatedly exposed to armed attacks, and in some cases, to pogroms and
slaughter. Among the most well-known episodes could be mentioned the
following: the murder of Armenian civilian population in the village
Maragha in Nagorno-Karabakh, the ethnic purges of Armenians in
Nakhijevan Autonomous Region, in the Azerbaijan SSR, in particular,
the pogrom of Armenians in Sumgait (February 26-29, 1988),in Kirovabad
(November 21-27, 1988, and in Baku (January 13-19, 1990), the killings
of civilian population in Stepanakert, fired at by facilities `Grad’
from Shushi and Khojaly.

However, the killings of rural population of Khojaly in the February
of 1992, when at night the inhabitants of the settlement were leaving
for Azeirbajani town Aghdam, is, undoubtedly, an episode having more
publicity. The Armenian side claims that they were given the
opportunity of a free corridor, while the Azerbaijani side denies this
fact. According to the Azerbaijani side, 613 people were killed on
those days.

This very occurrence differs from others, first of all, by the fact
that the Azerbaijani side fully controlled the territory where the
Khojaly inhabitants were killed and had the opportunity to make an
unimpeded and unrestricted survey not only of the very spot but also
of the dead, by taking photos and video filming. In particular,
Azerbaijani camera-man Chingiz Mustafaev, found himself in the place
of the death practically straight away and it is his materials that
underlie all the documentary materials on Khojaly.

After the defeat in the war with Armenians, a process of formation of
national identity began in the present Azerbaijan. In this scheme
Armenia and Armenians became the main antagonists. In the process of
modeling of the national self-consciousness, the Khojaly events were
declared as one of the several genocides against Azerbaijani, though,
it is absolutely evident that the Khojaly events, by no means, fall
under the category of genocide. In spite of this, Azerbaijan, on a
governmental level, is engaged in presenting the Khojaly events as
genocide: at the Web Site of the president of Azerbaijan there is a
section devoted to a number of genocides against Azerbaijani,
including `the genocide in Khojaly ‘
(). There are sections on the
`genocide in Khojaly’ at the Web Sites of Embassies of Azerbaijan
Republic to different countries as well. All this is an evidence of
the great role of the Khojaly tragedy in Azerbaijan state propaganda.

Now we will examine the documentary base exploited by Azerbaijan to
demonstrate and prove their version of Khojaly events.

This time we will diverge from the standard references to the sources
of `pro’ and `contra’ and will look into factual materials, namely,
photographs and video-chronicles. We will refer to Web Sites devoted
to the Khojaly events, the themes and resources where this subject
matter is touched upon.

We will in turn examine a number of photos taken from Chingiz
Mustafaev’s video-chronicles and different variations of his two
reportages.

The campaign `Justice for Khojaly ‘ continually gains in scope.
However, as it turned out, the wide scope is inversely proportional to
the availability of factual material.

Here is a multilingual blog illustrating `the brutality of Armenians’,
the sufferings of a mother, dead children, etc.

However, a validity check showed that the illustrated events took
place in 1983, during the destructive earthquake in Turkey.

This photograph is separated from Khojaly by 9 years, a couple of
thousands of kilometers and by the ethnic identity of the dead, as in
the photo Kurds are depicted.

Agitation Original

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Karabakh-doc.azerall.info is the megaphone of Azerbaijani propaganda.

The weepy article about the wretched children languished in the Lachin
`buchenwald’ is spiced with a photo-fact illustrating the `miserable
Azerbaijani children’¦

However, by the validity check it turned out that they are Afghan refugees.

Agitation Original

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A terrific photograph¦.

However, it has nothing to do with the `Khojaly genocide committed by
Armenians’ as it is an illustration of the events of 1978, when the
worst in a series of pogroms of Alevis (Turkish Shi’ites, who
generally supported the political left), organized by the `Grey
Wolves’, left 111 people dead.

Agitation on Pravda.ru Internethaber.com

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anatolianstorm.blogspot.com

This is the most shocking photograph, actively nourishing the myth
about the ripping up the abdomen of a pregnant woman and pulling the
dead foetus out of it.

It should be mentioned that this very scene is not recorded on
video-chronicles congesting the Internet. This demonstrates the
unwillingness of the authors to show the surrounding background. It
means that even if in the photograph a victim of an aggression is
shown, the act of this aggression didn’t take place in the vicinity of
the village Nakhijevanik (the real location where the events took
place and which the Azerbaijani prefer to call `Khojaly ‘)

The focus is on the foetus, while other parts of the composition are
`smeared’ in order to conceal the true location of the dead body, in
particular, hospital stretchers on which the body lies, and,
consequently, the fact of arrangement.

Now we will in turn consider the discrepancies in this photo:

1) The flat contours, the form and the line of the section undoubtedly
indicate that it is a classical sectional cut, which means that it is
not an act of sadism but a purposeful forensic-medical procedure. And
the exaggerated myth about an `infuriated Armenian’ ripping the
abdomen of a pregnant woman, in this case, is rather a lame argument.
2) Hands with medical gloves are distinctly viewed.
3) There lies a scalpel on the body. Well, they were short of
armaments during the war, however, a scalpel could hardly have been
included in the arsenal of the Army of Liberation of Nagorno-Karabakh.
4) A white bed-sheet, carefully covering the intimate parts of the
body, gets as far as the head of the child, who is put to the dead
body. It is evident that they wanted to avoid having a living child
touch the corpse. Are there many cases when pathoanatomists, after
having pulled a child out of mother’s womb, wrap it up so carefully
not to let it touch a dead body? This is only a proof of the fact that
the photo demonstrates not a retrieval of the foetus from the abdomen,
but putting the foetus on the abdomen! Besides, having a scalpel with
a standardized size, as an orientator, it is easy to figure out the
height of the child, the size of the head, the length of the arms and
legs and define that these sizes correspond to the live-born child’s
sizes which would have been impossible according to the photo produced
by the Azerbaijani side.
5) The person, `taking the foetus out’ is in a surgical coat, and not
in a standard medical or military uniform which once more indicates
that a professional treatment was accomplished by a medical worker.
6) The hands holding the foetus: only a professional obstetrician
could hold the head of a child so warily, and that of a live and not
of a dead new-born child.
7) The photo clearly demonstrates the saw cuts of the ribs. A person,
who is more or less familiar with the anatomization of the bodies,
will confirm: it is IMPOSSIBLE to cut the thorax with a standard or
military knife, without using special equipment like a special saw or
a scalpel!
8) Pay attention to the right hand of the corpse: the swelling and the
coloration of the integument point out the fact that the prescription
of the death is no less than 24-36 hours whereas the skin coloration
of the child is light and smooth, and swellings or other putrid
effects are not observed. It was hardly possible for the foetus to
remain alive in the womb of the mother who had died more than
twenty-four hours before. The fact that, in the photo, the child is
alive, is beyond any doubt.
9) The line of the light and the dark on the hips: one can state with
a definite portion of probability that these are posthumous changes of
integument (putrid stains) and that the body lied on the abdomen, and
the inner part of the thigh which is not darkened, accounts for it. In
other words:
a) the pregnant woman could not have died lying on her back, the
indicative of which is the darkening of integument,
b) she could not have lied on her abdomen either, as she was pregnant
and because of her belly, her hips should have stayed hanging and then
the inner parts of the hips must have been darkened as well.
10) A heightened blur for a black-and-white photograph and the absence
of granularity peculiar to black-and-white photographs indicates that
repeated corrections of the photograph are made in the Photoshop or
any other editing program.
11) Shifted focus. In order to fix the focus in this way, the
photograph must have been taken by a camera with tilt-shift lens, a
very expensive and rare photographic apparatus which appeared much
later than in 1992.
12) The absence of the `victim’s’ photographs from other angles. After
searching in the Internet for some time, we found a horrific
photograph on the Balkan events which supposedly gave this idea to the
azeri propaganda. As an argument for this point serves the fact that
the azeri propaganda s’ photo appeared no sooner than in 2004 (in any
case we found older copies neither in the Internet nor in the video-
chronicles.

To compare, pay attention to the cutting line, the pose of the foetus
and how the pathoanatomist is holding the dead foetus pulled from the
womb of the mother in the photograph below. This is a photograph of
the victims of Balkan slaughter. These photographs are filed according
to all the rules of collection of factual material which is not
observed in the case of `Khojaly ‘ photographs.

Bakililar.Az Vesti.az khojaly.org.az

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Azerbaijani Embassy in China Web Site

The photograph of a child `tortured and killed in Khojaly by
Armenians’ is largely disseminated as a factual material used as an
indication of `brutality’ of Armenians.

`The dead Azerbaijani child on the Khojaly roads’ for some reason
appears in A. Orekhovski’s reportage `A Long Way to Erkech’ published
in the newspaper `Komsomolec Kuzbasa’ on January 25, 1991.

However, the validity check showed that the photo has no connection
either with the `Komsomolec’, or with `Khojaly : in these photos taken
by the reporter Oleg Litvin are the victims of the act of terror in
1989. The pressman of the agency 1news.az (actively using falsified
photo-materials in his video-projects) Rizvan Guseinov, with great
zeal threw himself to unmask Armenian `falsifiers’:
«rizer001 wrote: ( Pigh’s blog)
Dec. 31st, 2009 01:44 pm (UTC)
Komsomoletc Kuzbassa

thank you, dear, I have been looking for this copy for a long time!!!
now we will know the primary source of falsification made by Armenians
in the photo of the Azerbaijani child, the victim of the act of terror
in 1989 made by Armenians’ (the style and the spelling of the original
are preserved).

However, the `unmasker’ didn’t take into account a couple of delicate
and principle issues, that is:

a) the child who was burned during the act of terror in the bus in
1989, can by no means be a victim of `Armenian aggression’ in Khojaly.
And `the facts’ with the help of which he reveals the `Armenian
terrorism’ are falsified;
b) the Armenian side has no connection with the newspaper `Komsomoletc
Kuzbassa’ and its reporter A Orekhovski. We’ve just placed in the Web
the scanned copy of the newspaper with the reportage and the photo.
Consequently, it is groundless to blame Armenians in stealing the
`icon of falsification’, the Azerbaijani boy.

The most striking and important thing in all this is the following:
The child photographed in 1989 can by no means be a victim of events
at the village Nakhejivank, at night on 25-26th of February,1992.

Khojaly.net Ternd.Az
“real atrocities” with a front photo A Long Way to Erkec

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The “Icon of falsification”
depicted on Azeri stamp as a “victim of Khojaly” Booklet, distributed
by the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Kuwait Alve injured boy, in two
perspectives, which proves the authenticity of the photo

In vain attempts to blemish and accuse Armenians of
falsification, the correspondent of 1news.az Rizvan Guseinov (blog:
) paid no heed to the fact that he
himself admitted that they had made falsifications themselves, since,
at the very least, it is improper to produce a photo taken in 1989 as
a photo of a victim taken in 1992.

In other words, the time, place, events and the accusations do not
have anything in common with each other.

The fate and the place of replication of this photograph are identical
with photo ?- 5.

A very interesting fact: this photograph is present in the
`video-chronicle’ by Chingiz Mustafaev, though it is known for certain
that it has no connection with it. An impression is gathered that the
Azerbaijani propaganda purposefully discredits its only authentic
evidence of the very events taking place at the village Nakhijevanik.

Karabakh-doc.azerall.info Karabakh-war.com Justiceforkhojaly.org

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An Azerbaijani patriot posted this photograph up at the Bulgarian
forum, pursuing propagandistic aims to reveal to the world `the
exceptional savageness of Armenia aggressors’ and to show 600
skeletons of inhabitants of Khojaly. However, this very photograph can
be found in many other sites on Khojaly and genocide matters.

Now we will examine it more thoroughly. The exchange of fire took
place at night on 25-26th of February, 1992, and in the morning of 2th
of March the corpses were picked up and taken away (and, judging by
the sequences of the video-chronicle, there were about 30 or 40 bodies
there, but this is another issue for consideration).

A question rises from here: how could the bodies `become skeletons’
within several cold nights, if for the human body and clothes to
decay, at least 100 years are required?

There is no point in proving the fact that we have an obvious forgery
here, is there?

Agitation

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Oguzozkeroglu.com

A very interesting false photograph!

We would like to remind one more time that the bodies remained at
Nakhijevanik for only a few hours and could have turned into skeletons
only in one case: if they had been burned. However, there were no
conflagrations there. And even if we find fires conceivable, it seems
very strange, that the bodies burned down, while the clothes didn’t.
Pay attention to the fact that in the colored photo we can see nothing
beneath the clothes: there are no bodies there, only skeletons.

And there is no point in claiming that the skull is taken off while
the arms and legs are `in there usual place’.

It is evident that this is an exhumed body of a man who died a very
long time ago. By the way, judging by the expressions on `spectators”
faces, there cannot be found signs of special grief on them.

It is no use speaking about the state of propaganda in Azerbaijan if
the Supreme Court of the country disseminates suborned photographs

karabakh-war.com Supremecourt.gov.az

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“Armenian terror” promulgation, Baku, 2006

Here is the history of this photograph.

In May, 1991, the units of the 4th army of Soviet troops stationed in
the territory of Azerbaijan, using helicopter gunships, tanks and
heavy artillery, wiped out the village Voskepar in Noyemberian region
in Armenia. Some military officials of Armenian SSR were shot down.

In the photo are the citizen-soldiers of Armenian village Voskepar,
having been in captivity since May 5, 1991. The operation was
performed by units of Soviet army supported by Azerbaijani militia.

The photograph was presented to the Sumgait.info Web Site by the
author, Aleksey Rogov (A.Rogov/Photography.ru)and is published with
the author’s permission.

And again, there is nothing in common with Khojaly. Neither the time,
nor the events, nor the people!

Islam.ru Photo-element.ru Sumgait.info

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The hackneyed cruel plot on the subject matter of `excised breasts’
nearly takes the central place in the ideological propaganda of
Azerbaijan.

The shots with a woman with excised breasts are frequently
demonstrated in the video-reels on the `brutality of Armenians’.
But, as it turned out, the Azerbaijani agitprop overlooked not the
least of the details, that is, the very woman with tied legs (see
photo 11), is depicted on the sequences of the same video- chronicle,
and her breasts are not excised at all.

When comparing the two photographs, it is obvious that one and the
same woman is photographed in them:

1) the leggings
2) the brightly colored skirt
3) the striped sweater
4) the breasts

And on the backstage shots one can see that the striped sweater is
pulled over her head.

It could have been found conceivable that `knackers’ had cut the
breasts off and then put the sweater on their place. However, it
conflicts with logic as the things are just the opposite in photo ?-
14, where the whole loathsome thing is put up for show.

The absence of blood and other signs of posthumous touch to the body
of the dead, is obvious as the striped blouse is tucked into a dark
shawl which is wound around the girdle. And when lifting the dark
shawl, the tucked part of the blouse must have come out, too, which is
not observed, though.

Pay attention to the skirt: in this photo it is carelessly pulled up
which is natural when falling down and which points out that after
falling the body was not touched. Whereas in the photo with excised
breasts, the skirt is carefully smoothed out along the body which
indicates that this time the body was touched.

But at the moment of photography there was no trace of Armenians, was there?

Tortured body The same woman, but dressed on Video

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Comparative photo

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’.

Overall plan Patch of legs’ image Screenshot of video

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Comparative photo

Video

Zurna.azersayt.com, in the role of `victims’ of Khojaly , contrived
to offer neither more nor less than¦ Hamas fighters annihilated by the
Israeli forces.

Zurna.azersayt.com Original on Aljazeera.net

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Reportages similar to the aforesaid can be found in Trend,
Bakililar, Day.az,karabakh-doc.azerall.info, justiceforkhojaly.org,
khojaly.org, khojaly.net and other Azerbaijani Web Sites spreading
around a new `brand’ named `genocide’.

The scene of the valley, bestrewed with dead bodies could shock even
the prepared onlooker, that is why such sequences are used in the
reportages in the capacity of a shocking element. But the Khojaly
events are illustrated with photographs of pogroms in the Balkans
which happened in 1999, and can by no means be the evidence of March
events of 1918 (genocide ?- 2), or Khojaly events (genocide ?- 3).

Besides, the original photograph is a color photograph, but,
apparently, the Azerbaijani propagandists realized that
black-and-white photos correspond more to `genocides ?-2 и ?-3′. Then it
was just a technical matter: using an ordinary editorial program, for
example, the Photoshop program, to decolorize the photograph is not
difficult at all.

The fact, that the original photograph was a color one, is evident
because of the color and the background of the photograph, reflecting
not only the victims but also the geographical location of the place
which doesn’t conform to the landscape near the village Nakhijevanik.

Anyway, there is a direct evidence of falsification here.

Day.Az «Azerbaijan-News» Supreme Court of Azerbaijan

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Booklet, distributed by the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Kuwait
Panoramio.com “Armenian terror”, promuglation, Baku, 2006

Guneyazerbaycankonqresi Guneyazerbaycankonqresi

Original Original Original

We first came across this photograph in a German publication
devoted to Khojaly events. It was clear even then that it is of forged
nature. It is evident that this photograph is to demonstrate the fact
of violation rather than the death of a child (incidentally, at one of
the Azerbaijani Web Sites this photograph is entitled precisely as a
rape: `zorlama’)

In view of the very serious suspicions as to the `staged’ character of
the photograph, the video-chronicle on which the dead were depicted,
were put on the most serious study. The very girl was uncovered, but¦
in clothes.

Then, the same girl is mentioned in the role of the third victim of
Khojaly, by the side of rather an old dead body. Every pathoanatomist
would confirm that these two corpses belong to different periods of
time and different spots of territory. The first body is already on a
serious stage of decomposition taking into consideration the swollen
and blackened face, while the second one is the very girl who is
acting in the role of `three hypostases in one ousia’: just a body, a
raped body and a body in the morgue.

The wound on the leg is of special interest (point 5 on the photograph
compared). In the photograph, when in the field, it is encircled with
a bruise which can point out the lifetime origin of the trauma. But in
the morgue its place is taken by a gaped hole, obviously of posthumous
origin, the indicatives of which are the contours of the wound: its
form and the absence of haematoma around it. There is no point in
speaking about a bullet wound, either, since the inlet is of some
other form.

Now let’s compare the photographs:

1) the blouse
2) the dress
3) the blanket
4) the wound on the leg
5) the girl in a violet jacket

Comparative photo

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One could, of course, object to the fact that the girl was wrapped in
a blanket after the Azerbaijani had found her and covered the naked
body. However, taking into consideration the gusto with which the
Azerbaijani spread the photographs of the naked girl, it is no use
speaking about their sense of shame or about the protection of honor
and virtue of the dead girl. Especially because we managed to find out
the photograph of the girl straight before getting on the helicopter
where she is not wrapped up the same way as it is shown in the photo
with the field but is simply covered.

Moreover, in the chronicle, when the body of the girl is lifted, it is
distinctly seen that the blanket froze to the body, which means that
the girl has been wrapped up in it before her death and has lied
covered with the blanket for a few hours. And if the child had simply
been covered with a blanket after her death, that is, after filming,
the blanket must have slipped off the body some time before they began
to take the body away.

It is evident in the chronicle that the blanket froze to the body and
it was specially torn off!

Pay attention to the surroundings of the girl when she is dressed and
when she is undressed. When dressed, she is found among the dead
bodies, and when she is undressed, all the dead bodies next to her are
taken away and she lies quite alone. From this a conclusion can be
drawn that the shots when the girl is dressed are taken far earlier.

She was photographed even from the helicopter. Perhaps, in order to
make things to look more convincing.

Rising up of body (download) Survey from helicopter (download)

In reality it turned out the Azerbaijani themselves bear a hand in the
case of the scalped dead body.

Otherwise, it is impossible to explain that the same body figures in
two hypostases in the Azerbaijani chronicle namely.

There is no doubt that it is one and the same man in the photographs.
One must only compare the two photographs.

1) the lilac shirt (in both photographs)
2) `the scalped’ skull in one photograph and luxuriant hair in the
second photograph
3) the moustache (in both photographs)
4) the opened eyes (in both photographs)
5) the striped jacket (in both photographs)
6) the band (the scarf on the neck) (in both photographs)

Karabakh-doc.azerall.info Karabakh-war.com Karabag.blogfa.com

Havva Mamedova’s book
“KHOJALY: shehids and shahids”.
2005 г. Baku KHOJALY. The chronicle of genocide” book, 1999,
Azerneshr” The same body, but not scalped in “Armenian terror” book,
Baku 2006

Bakililar.az Human.gov.az The same body on video

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Comparative photo

Fragment of Ch. Mustafaev’s video
taken from Web Site of the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Kuwait (download)

All the aforesaid proves that the Azerbaijani propagandistic machine
isn’t fastidious about any means it uses, neither plagiarism, nor
sacrilege towards the dead compatriots, nor the falsification of
video-chronicles.

Thomas de Vaal in his book `the black garden’ mentions the fact that
Chingiz Mustafaev, whose video sequences are spread around and are the
basis of the `video-proofs’, photographed the scene of the events
twice: at the night of 25-26 and on the 27th of February, in 1992. And
he was deeply surprised to find out that on the second day the dead
bodies turned out to be disfigured. Incidentally, Mustafaev undertook
his own investigation and was killed under circumstances uncertain
until now.

In the forum Atc.Az, Eynulla Fatullaev, (screenshot), at present
serving her sentence in prison for giving such interpretation of the
events near the village Nakhijevanik which was somewhat different from
the official one, and quite definitely stated that the dead bodies had
been disfigured by the Azerbaijani themselves.

In conclusion we would like to remind the Azerbaijani propagandists,
engaged in plotting and falsifications, about Article 294.3 of the
Criminal Code of the Azerbaijan Republic:

294.3. Falsification of proofs on criminal case on minor serious or
serious crimes, as well as falsification of proofs on other cases,
entailed heavy consequences ` is punished by imprisonment for the term
from five up to seven years with deprivation of the right to hold the
certain posts or to engage in the certain activities for the term up
to three years.

P.S. we do not cast doubt on the fact of death of the people innocent
of any crime.

We present our condolences to the families of the dead and we reckon
that those guilty must suffer a just punishment, regardless of ethnic,
gender, civil and social identity.

At the same time we strongly object to the fact of using the bodies
and memories of the dead in dishonorable aims (in particular, the
violation and disfigurement of the dead bodies), to the imitation of
events which did not happen, to falsifications and malicious
defamation propaganda. It contradicts the principles of humaneness to
the same extent as does the murder of civil population.

Xenophobia Prevention Initiation expresses gratitude to the users of
the forum OpenArmenia.com for the materials placed at our disposal,
and also to the forum Atc.Az, as the polemics on its pages gave us
impetus to seriously set about the analyses of falsifications on the
part of the Azerbaijani propagandistic machine which shapes public
opinion and educates generations with washed brains.

From: A. Papazian

http://www.xocali.net/EN/intro.html
http://president.az/browse.php?sec_id=56
http://rizer001.livejournal.com/
www.psakd.org
www.azembassy.org.eg

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