Video evidence is revealing the initial claims of the use of White Phosphorus could have been accurate after all. The first claim came in early June on the village of Semyonovka, near Slovyansk. Human Rights Watch went on to cast doubt on that particular event, this event may be harder to dismiss.August 16, 2014 By The Red Pill
The second incident on 26th of July 2014 was also caught on video. The video once again showing what appears to be white phosphorus use. This instance was directed at the city of Donetsk.
The third and most recent August 14th event will hopefully be the tipping point where the international community starts asking some really hard questions. What is really happening there? Who is funding all this? What is the real geopolitical move happening here? How is it that the US is supporting a government that would do such a thing?
Below is a brief description on the legality of using incendiary weapons over populated areas.
As described in Weapons Law
The 1980 Protocol III on Incendiary Weapons of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons restricts use of incendiary weapons as a means or method of warfare during armed conflict.
The 1980 Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Incendiary Weapons was adopted on 10 October 1980 and entered into force on 2 December 1983. The Protocol places restrictions on the use of incendiary weapons as a means or method of warfare during an international armed conflict. It also applies to non-international armed conflict if a state party has ratified the 2001 Amendment to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.
Now here from newest to oldest are the videos that claim to show the incendiary weapons actually being used over populated areas of Eastern Ukraine.
August 14, 2014 Donetsk
Former UK army officer Charles Shoebridge analyses video
July 26, 2014
RT Report on the incident
June 11, 2014
RT report on the initial incident