We Proved Russian Pilots Bombed a Hospital. Then They Did It Again. | NYT Visual Investigations We Proved Russian Pilots Bombed a Hospital. Then They Did It Again. | NYT Visual InvestigationsOn Wednesday November, 6th Russian pilot found underground Hospital in Capernaum of Syria, putting it out of service. It’S the second time the Russian Air Force founded this year in May Russian Jets. Previous. What was the well-known hospital? And, in fact the United Nations, is investigating an earlier attack on us intentionally bombing Russia. We know what their forces responsible, because we have change radio messages recorded between Russian Pilots, underground control in Syria who decide for their code. Words, including the phrase to confirm an attack, was launched. We compared to these audio recordings on November 6th to video evidence of the attack. The same way we investigated the May attack. The evidence is clear: a security camera system inside the hospital three strikes: a419 425n 4:31 p.m. the radio system recorded Russian pilot 31, launching an attack at 421 427. Why is there a slight discrepancy in these times we confirmed the hospital cameras are 3 minutes behind. I don’t look at the intervals between each strike. They match up almost to the second one pilot confirming 3 at the exact interval of strikes on the hospital. We also examined fight observations for November 6th Love by a network of spotters in Syria who track planes and listening to radio recordings they witnessed only Russian jet circling copperknob the attacks at 4:23 and 4:29 p.m. Russia had to know this location was a hospital. Remember a previous times, investigation showed that Russia had attacked it on May 5th. The defendant Ministry spokesman acknowledged and responded to that story. The Russian ambassador to the United Nations was shown a copy of that investigation of the UN security council meeting the hospital. What this latest attack shows that Russia can continue to bomb health facilities in Syria with impunity. Four weeks ago, The Times provided visual evidence showing that the Russian Air Force bombed a Syrian hospital. Last Wednesday, Russia did it again.
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