The boy from the scandalous fake story NTV identified. Russian propaganda took advantage of his illness. A PHOTO
The boy, whom NTV used in the fake story “The National Guardsmen with a syringe made a Donetsk boy a target for rockets,” they recognized.
Stanislav Petrov from Krasny Liman of the Donetsk region disappeared on October 30, 2014, three days before the story “The National Guardsmen with syringes made a Donetsk missile target for rockets” aired on the Russian NTV channel, reports Gordon.
12-year-old Stanislav Petrov, who appears in the next NTV fake story, is wanted by the police.
On November 2, on the site of the Russian NTV channel, the plot “National Guardsmen with a syringe made a Donetsk boy a target for missiles” appeared.
The Russian journalists report that “punitive agents from the National Guard” allegedly beat the boy’s parents Stas and ordered him to scout the locations of the “militia” checkpoint, threatening the death of his relatives.
The story says that the Ukrainian soldiers wanted to make a boy a "live target" for missiles, "stuffing him with radio transmitters" for targeting artillery and drug-carrying fire.
“The boy’s chances of finding his father and mother alive are catastrophically low, but suddenly a miracle will happen, they will recognize him, call and find him,” the story also says.
It turned out that 12-year-old Stas has been wanted since October 30. The boy disappeared three days before the release of the NTV plot.
The message about the wanted boy is posted on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
At the same time, in the orientation of the Krasnoarmeysky Interior Ministry of Ukraine in the Donetsk region it is noted that Stas disappeared on October 12. In addition, it is reported that the boy has a "mild degree of mental retardation" and he is prone to vagrancy.
At the same time, well-known Russian blogger Andrei Malgin, addressing NTV General Director for Information Broadcasting, Tatiana Mitkova, said: “I’ll appeal to Mitkova again. Tanya, you have a son yourself. Do not do that".
Earlier, a video of the Russian First Channel appeared in the network, in which allegedly local residents of Donbass tell that Ukrainian security officials in the ATO zone promised for the war "one piece of land and two slaves".
The head of the village council of the village of Stepanovka in the Donbass tells about the "awards" for the fighters. Russian journalists rely on the “mosaic of snatches of conversations” of National Guard soldiers heard by some local residents.