by Kelen McBreen

While mainstream media and the Biden administration jump to the conclusion that it was 100% Russia, Infowars is fine admitting we don’t know

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An attack on a Ukrainian train station on Thursday left at least 50 people dead, including five children, and over 100 injured.

The missile struck as thousands of citizens were attempting to flee the war-torn Donetsk region of Eastern Ukraine.

One tragic image appears to show a young Ukrainian with their head blown off due to the explosion.

Mainstream media is simply regurgitating the Ukrainian government’s report on the deadly assault, but Russia’s statement denying responsibility for the attack is compelling.

For example, a headline on the Drudge Report definitively claims “Moscow missile kills at least 50 civilians,” and nearly every major US outlet followed with similar articles.

Joe Biden published a statement on Twitter, writing, “The attack on a Ukrainian train station is yet another horrific atrocity committed by Russia, striking civilians who were trying to evacuate and reach safety.”

Sleepy Joe even admitted there hasn’t been an investigation confirming who’s behind the assault, posting, “we will support efforts to investigate this attack as we document Russia’s actions and hold them accountable.”

Meanwhile, the Russian Ministry of Defense released a statement claiming they were not behind the attack and that it is being used to stop the people from the pro-Russian area from leaving the danger zone so the Ukraine military can use them as human shields.

“The aim of Kiev regime’s strike on the railway station in Kramatorsk was to disrupt the mass exit of residents from the city in order to use them as a ‘human shield’ to defend Ukrainian armed forces positions, as in many other Ukrainian population centres,” the Russian MOD declared.

The Russians also noted the photograph of the projectile used in the attack shows a Tochka-U missile, which they say is used only by the Ukrainian military.

The words “for the children” were written on the side of the missile, which is disturbingly ironic considering it killed several.

Russia claims their intel shows “the strike on Kramatorsk railway station was carried out by missile division of the Ukrainian armed forces from area of Dobropol’e, 45 kilometres south-west of the city.”

The Tochka-U was allegedly replaced by the Iskander in 2019 and Russia says the missiles are not even in service.

However, a video being spread by pro-Ukraine accounts purports to show Russian military units carrying the missiles.

In response to the footage, Russia stated, “Kiev regime has posted on social media pictures of Tochka-U missile launchers that took part in ‘Union Courage 2022‘ Russian-Belarusian exercise in February.”

A keen observer in the Twitter comments of the video also noted that in mid to late March, there was no heavy snow in that area of Belarus.

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