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Aereo abbattuto per sbaglio? Spunta una registrazione audio che inchioda la Russia

Due agenti dell’intelligence russa intercettati in una telefonata compromettente dalla Security Service of Ukraine.

Pubblica questa notizia The Guardian ma non ne conferma l’autenticità. Nella telefonata intercettata, le persone coinvolte sembrano agitate e preoccupate, perchè si accorgono che l’aereo abbattuto era un aereo di civili. Nonostante lo scetticismo generale sull’intercettazione, il capo dei servizi segreti ucraini ha dichiarato a Reuters: “Mi sembra chiaro chi sia il colpevole”.

Apparentemente le telefonate sono state tre: una venti minuti dopo lo schianto (a conferma del fatto di aver portato a termine “la missione”), una tra due militanti presenti sul luogo dello schianto che si accorgono immediatamente che si adi un aereo civile e l’ultima dove Nikolay Kozitsin dichiara cinicamente che anche se si fosse trattato di un errore, quell’aereo non avrebbe dovuto volare lì.

Ascoltate la registrazione in questo video, con la traduzione sottostante.

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Traduzione in italiano dall’account Twitter @EuromaidanPR

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Questa è la traduzione in inglese pubblicata da The Guardian e Kyiv Post.

Igor Bezler: We have just shot down a plane. Group Minera. It fell down beyond Yenakievo (Donetsk Oblast).

Vasili Geranin: Pilots. Where are the pilots?

IB: Gone to search for and photograph the plane. Its smoking.

VG: How many minutes ago?

IB: About 30 minutes ago.

SBU comment: After examining the site of the plane the terrorists come to the conclusion that they have shot down a civilian plane. The next part of the conversation took place about 40 minutes later.

“Major”: These are Chernukhin folks who shot down the plane. From the Chernukhin check point. Those cossacks who are based in Chernukhino.

“Grek”: Yes, Major.

“Major”: The plane fell apart in the air. In the area of Petropavlovskaya mine. The first “200” (code word for dead person). We have found the first “200”. A Civilian.

“Greek”: Well, what do you have there?

“Major”: In short, it was 100 percent a passenger (civilian) aircraft.

“Greek”: Are many people there?

“Major”: Holy sh__t! The debris fell right into the yards (of homes).

“Greek”: What kind of aircraft?

“Major”: I haven’t ascertained this. I haven’t been to the main sight. I am only surveying the scene where the first bodies fell. There are the remains of internal brackets, seats and bodies.

“Greek”: Is there anything left of the weapon?

“Major”: Absolutely nothing. Civilian items, medicinal stuff, towels, toilet paper.

“Greek”: Are there documents?

“Major”: Yes, of one Indonesian student. From a university in Thompson.

Militant: Regarding the plane shot down in the area of Snizhne-Torez. It’s a civilian one. Fell down near Grabove. There are lots of corpses of women and children. The Cossacks are out there looking at all this.

They say on TV it’s AN-26 transport plane, but they say it’s written Malaysia Airlines on the plane. What was it doing on Ukraine’s territory?

Nikolay Kozitsin: That means they were carrying spies. They shouldn’t be f…cking flying. There is a war going on.

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