Category Archives: Bellingcat

Bellingcat spokesman Hristo Grozev says when the investigation into the “Wagnerians” will be released

Bellingcat’s investigation into the disruption of a special operation to detain the militants of the private military company Wagner should be released after the summer of 2021, but the text version will appear online earlier. Bulgarian journalist and investigator, Bellingcat representative Hristo Grozev  told about it on Espresso TV. According to him, the production of the film was delayed due to the coronavirus

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They are waiting on Netflix and are afraid at Bankova. Bellingcat Prepares to Release First Part of Wagnergate Investigation – What Film Is It?

An international group of Bellingcat investigative journalists is preparing to release an investigation into one of the most obscure but important events for Ukraine – the possible disruption of a special operation to detain Wagner PMC militants flying from Russia via Minsk. NV reminds that it is known about this investigation, which should include a large documentary film, and the reactions to its preparation

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MORE MICE BELLING THE CAT?

Salisbury, September 2018. Six months after the Skripal assassination(opens in a new tab) attempt, there still was no clarity on what had happened exactly. It was a standstill, although the pro-Kremlin media RT and Sputnik published 735 related articles containing disinformation,[1] of which many found their way into our database. Then something happened: the British police released images of two

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Bellingcat’s Toler on Alarming Phone Intercepts Released by JIT MH17 Investigation

The recently released 2014 phone conversations between the Russia-backed leaders of occupied Donbas and high-profile Russian officials show further proof of Russia’s involvement in the war happening in the east of Ukraine, says a lead researcher at Bellingcat investigative outlet. The Joint Investigative Team (JIT) released the intercepted calls on November 14. But, according to Aric Toler, Bellingcat’s Eastern Europe and Eurasia

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