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Are the Photos Evidence of Russian Connection to Militants in Ukraine?

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Reporters questioning, on April 21st & 22nd, what U.S.State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki is saying about the publicly available photos of armed militants in eastern Ukraine.
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"There has been a lot of attention given in the last day or so to these photographs that the Ukrainians have apparently presented or apparently did present to the OSCE showing or purporting to show Russian -- people who are the same as in the Georgia incursion in 2008, similar to -- or at least one guy in particular -- similar to people who have appeared in eastern Ukraine over the course of the last couple weeks. I'm wondering -- the stories, the reports about this, about these photographs, this evidence that I've seen, say that the Administration endorses or accepts that these are factual. Is that correct?"

"But it cannot be said for sure that they are actual Russian special forces, as the Ukrainians argue. At the same time, the idea that they might be a local militia from Donetsk is belied by their apparent military professionalism."
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Reporters questioning, on April 21st & 22nd, what U.S.State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki is saying about the publicly available photos of armed militants in eastern Ukraine.
Subversive Ukraine Coup Threat Pushed Russia & Crimea Referendum VIDEO:
https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Call Exposes U.S. Scheming on Ukraine & Hypocrisy about Ukrainian Democracy VIDEO:
https://www.youtube.com/wat...
"There has been a lot of attention given in the last day or so to these photographs that the Ukrainians have apparently presented or apparently did present to the OSCE showing or purporting to show Russian -- people who are the same as in the Georgia incursion in 2008, similar to -- or at least one guy in particular -- similar to people who have appeared in eastern Ukraine over the course of the last couple weeks. I'm wondering -- the stories, the reports about this, about these photographs, this evidence that I've seen, say that the Administration endorses or accepts that these are factual. Is that correct?"

"But it cannot be said for sure that they are actual Russian special forces, as the Ukrainians argue. At the same time, the idea that they might be a local militia from Donetsk is belied by their apparent military professionalism."
http://www.bbc.com/news/wor...

New York Times admits the pictures really don't prove much
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