Volnovakha Bus Incident Explained - Evidence Points to Russian Backed Militants

An overview of the situation and the projected path and origin of the artillery launched from rebel territory that killed 13 Ukrainian civilians and wounded several other. The city of Volnovakha is located on the bottom left of the photo in Ukrainian held territory.

These are the known impact zones from the shelling of the area outside Volnovakha. This debunks the myth that the shell that hit near the bus landed way far out of the initial impact zone area from the other cluster of shells. In the CCTV footage you can see the shells landing in the distance before gradually the explosions get closer and closer to the camera - then, on the bottom right of the footage, you see the smoke rise where the bus is located. Simple physics and science would say that the rockets that were launched first from the launch system would be the first to hit the ground.The camera footage that filmed the incident can be seen here www.liveleak.com/view?i=4ac_1421254498

Impact crater left by the rocket that landed nearest to the bus. Debunks the theory that it was a land mine. Rocket shells are known to make impact craters such as in this photo where land mines do not create such holes in the ground.

The shell landed on this side of the tree. When grad shells explode, they explode in a all directions, 360 degree radius. Common for Artillery shells, they do not have to impact their targets directly, but land anywhere within the blast range with a high explosive force, shredding and killing anyone in its path.

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