As reported in a video by residents of the Caucasian town of Krymsk in reference to leaked data from the Russian emergency ministry, as per July 13 more than 6,400 corpses of mostly children, women and elderly have been found floating in the inundated streets, on the trees and in the debris of the demolished Caucasian town of Krymsk after Putin ordered to destroy it on late July 7 to save from flooding his nearby palace and an oil terminal. Putin ordered to open the gates of a dam so that water rushes in a 7-meter high wave to Krymsk and does not overflow the dam. In latter case, it would take another route and destroy the palace and the terminal.
The figure of 6,400 dead bodies is far from final. Up till now, rescue teams inspected only the center of the destroyed town while most corpses are under the ruins on the outskirts and in nearby villages. Thousands are registered as missing. Police and soldiers transport at night dead bodies to unknown locations in huge supermarket refrigerator trucks.
An awful stench from decaying human corpses reigns in what remains from the former town. Rescue teams and policemen wear masks.
Meanwhile, the KGB started to arrest the people who distribute the truth that thousands were drowned in the flooding and not just 172 as officially admitted.
Department of Monitoring