Arzător de recent a apărut o aşa-zisă înregistrare audio, interceptată de oamenii de la servicii, prin care Catherine Ashton, însărcinatul cu Afaceri externe al UE, şi Urmas Paet, ministrul de externe al Estoniei, din care ar reieşi că un medic ukrainian (Olga Bogomoleţ) le-ar fi declarat că lunetiştii din Kiev ar fi tras asupra ambelor tabere şi că Ianukovici nu ar fi fost implicat. Un membru al actualului guvern ar sta în spatele acţiunii lor şi, pentru ca diversiunea să meargă Rusiei Today să meargă mai departe, organul de presă oficial al Rusiei afirmă nonşalant că "lunetiştii din Kiev ar fi fost angajaţi de conducătorii mişcării de pe Maidan".
Vasăzică "lunetiştii" (a căror existenţă era negată până acum) au existat dar comanditarii nu se află la Moscova ci la "fasciştii de pe Maidan" şi la superiorii lor din Vest.
Dar ce a precizat între timp Olga Bogomoleţ? Afăm dintr-o corespondenţă a publicaţiei The Telegraph:
Olga Bogomolets said she had not told Mr Paet that policemen and
protesters had been killed in the same manner.
"Myself I saw only protesters. I do not know the type of wounds
suffered by military people," she told The Telegraph. "I have no
access to those people."
But she said she had asked for a full forensic criminal investigation into
the deaths that occurred in the Maidan. "No one who just sees the
wounds when treating the victims can make a determination about the type of
weapons. I hope international experts and Ukrainian investigators will make
a determination of what type of weapons, who was involved in the killings
and how it was done. I have no data to prove anything.
"I was a doctor helping to save people on the square. There were 15
people killed on the first day by snipers. They were shot directly to the
heart, brain and arteries. There were more than 40 the next day, 12 of them
died in my arms.
"Our nation has to ask the question who were the killers, who asked
them to come to Ukraine. We need good answers on the basis of expertise."
Mr Paet's assertion that an opposition figure was behind the Maidan
massacre was not one she could share.
"I think you can only say something like this on the basis of fact,"
she said. "Its not correct and its not good to do this. It should be
based on fact."
She said the new government in Kiev had assured her a criminal
investigation had begun but that she had not direct contact with it so far.
"They told me they have begun a criminal process and if they say that
I believe them. The police have not given me any information on it."