19 June 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media News

Another heartbreaking day as civilians in Donetsk flee missile bombardments throughout the day.

Here you will see children running home after being caught-out shopping before the bombing started.

A man digging through rubble looking for a friend.

A woman screaming at Biden and Zelinsky for apparently killing their own people.

The people, without prompting, are convinced that they are Ukrainian missiles, many saying that this has been the case for over eight years.

Some have Ukrainian passports and of course, they can not understand why they are being bombed.

Are the bombs from Ukraine forces? I don’t know. I am not there. But the people who are there are pretty confident in their opinions.

You cannot watch these horrific scenes and not wonder if they know exactly what they are talking about.

It is painful to watch. But if you have any desire for peace see an end to this senseless bloodshed you will have to watch.

And then perhaps we will all understand that the world has to stop the US and others from sending these machines of destruction to this warzone.

James Porteous | Clipper Media News

Many Dead As Ukraine Artillery Hits Donetsk Harder Then ever before

From YouTube: Again the Ukraine forces set another record of the heaviest attacks on the city of Donetsk, in all 8 years of this war, with a purportedly over 400 artillery shells fired on the streets of Donetsk from Ukrainian-held territory.

At about 7:30 am yesterday the 18th intense shelling went on the city of Donetsk In the center and other regions.

At about 9:30 My team and I went to the Kuibyshevsky district of Donetsk after hearing reports of shelling there.

After arriving the shelling continued and we spent the next 90 min carefully avoiding shelling as it rained down on this residential area so we could document the attack.

While there and in this report we documented and saw with our own eyes impacts and damage to at least 8 apartment buildings, an Electronic equipment factory, a farmers market, and 3 small stores.

We came across a group of people digging through debris to find their friend’s bodies( hopefully alive) after Ukraine shelled a market.

As I came up one of the elderly man fell down while searching, so I helped him up and joined them in the search. we only found one of their friends(not alive). We could not find the other 2. I pray they made it out alive.

We saw one civilian killed by the shelling, one injured and 2 missing and presumed dead.

To be clear this location is one of the MANY that took heavy shelling throughout the day in Donetsk.



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