Friday, March 14, 2014

Ukraine False Flag Emails: Real or Fake?

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In another example of how difficult it is now becoming to determine the authenticity of “leaked” information, individuals claiming to be associated with the hacking group Anonymous are claiming that they have uncovered an email that shows communication between U.S. Army Attaché Assistant in Kiev, Jason Gresh, and Igor Protsyk, a high ranking official from the Ukranian General Staff. These individuals claim the emails show that there are plans to conduct a number of attacks on Ukrainian military bases in order to destabilize the situation on the ground inside the country.

If accurate, one such plan involves “causing problems to the transport hubs in the south-east of Ukraine in order to frame-up the neighbor” a quote allegedly attributed to Gresh. The emails allegedly involve Gresh stating that such an attack will “create favorable conditions for the Pentagon to act.”

The unconfirmed group also claims that Protsyk writes to an individual identified as Vasil in another communication where he tells the man to arrange an attack on a Ukrainian Air Force Base housing the 25 Aviation Brigade in Melitopol.