Independent journalist and U.S. military veteran Patrick Lancaster posted a slew of reports this week documenting the use of American-supplied weapons against civilians living in the Donetsk region of Ukraine.
As Western media constantly claims Russia is terrorizing Ukrainian civilians, often with little proof, the establishment ignores illegal strikes on civilian areas by the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF).
In a video uploaded Thursday, Lancaster talked with locals being cared for in a hospital after being struck by shrapnel from this week’s blasts.
A pair of teen boys recovering from wounds shared a few words with Lancaster, explaining the shock of being hit and the bravery of first responders who saved their lives.
According to the report, there have been at least five children injured from shelling in the area over the past week alone.
Investigating one of the attacks on a civilian apartment building this week, Lancaster showed shrapnel from the blast matched Western munitions and talked with locals who confirmed the missile was launched from Ukraine-controlled territory.
Over the weekend, the independent war reporter filmed the aftermath of another shell that landed just outside the center of Donetsk and killed several civilians including a taxi driver and his young son.
This type of wreckless bomb lobbing is sadly to be expected when the U.S. is sending its weapons to neo-Nazi military members who advocate for the genocide of all Russians and citizens living in the Donetsk region.
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