На русском языке:
По чатам раскидывают якобы ориентировку МВД на «совершившего преступление в Мачулищах». Почти наверняка это вброс
На беларускай мове: Па чатах раскідваюць нібыта арыенціроўку МУС на «які ўчыніў злачынства ў Мачулішчах». Амаль напэўна гэта ўкідванне спецслужбаў
There are a number of questions to the wanted poster, which has been spread in chat rooms all day. For what reason is it possible to find at least 5-6 versions in various chats and channels?
If this is indeed a real paper on the search for a man who «committed a particularly serious crime in Machulishchy,» then why are the data different? In one the color of the car is indicated, in another it is not, and in a third it is «being established».
And why is the license plate in different wanted posters indicated one time in 7 characters (5 КС 5513), another time — in 8 (5 КСТ 5513)?
But the main thing that caught our eye is that a some Nikolai immediately became a «native of Crimea.»
We don’t know for sure if these are real wanted posters or not, but seeing all day how intensely this was spread in the chat rooms, a number of thoughts come to mind:
1. This is just fake news that was deliberately thrown in for the distract.
2. 5-6 versions of the document (maybe more) could have been an attempt to find a leak.
3. The phrase «native of Crimea» was written for a reason — to blame Ukrainians and so that no one would say that it was the work of the Belarusian partisans.
Well, of course, there can be a version that the papers are real, it’s just that everyone in the Ministry of Internal Affairs deletes and adds to the wanted poster what they want.
By the way, when asked by Zerkalo whether this man was connected with the sabotage in Machulishchy, the head of BYPOL, Aliaksandr Azarau, answered negatively.
«We don’t know this person. I don’t know who he is. Their task is to identify suspects, and they don’t tell us where they identified him, God knows. He happened to be walking down the street, and here they suspect him», Azarau commented.