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"The real men of Moldova" didn't ever mean to carry out a resolution of their own Parliament. Moshanu, Chairman of the Parliament stated the causes of this fact in his statement published on June, 23, 1992 (p.c. 4, v.2).

"The real men of Moldova" were in such a hurry to restore the constitutional government bodies in Bendery and PMR that they couldn't wait for planned time; in the morning on 19 June, 1992 parents took away all their children from the kindergarten N22 that had two Moldavian groups ( where there were mostly policemen's children) ,(p.d. 93, v. 2); Deputy Minister of Internal Affaires of Moldova Katan was in Bendery on June 18 and 19, 1992 and got nervous, despite the request of Kogut, the chairman of Bendery executive committee, to stay in Bendery and take part in the work of the commission on peaceful solution to the conflict, right in the afternoon he left for Kishinev saying to his old friends that they should leave Bendery or " it was going to be bad there"(p.c. 182-183, v.2, Appendix 4,p.6).

A week before 19.06.1992 machine-guns had been set up on the buildings around the police department and on the roof of the printing-house under construction, people on round the day duty, and the building of police itself was fenced in blocks (p.c. 67-69, v. 2 ), weapons and ammunition were brought secretly there; for these purposes the cars of ambulance service were even used. Workers from enterprises and organizations supporting or being members of Christian Democratic National Front of Moldova began to leave the town on a mass scale before 19.06.1992 (p.c. 40-45). The only ones who didn't know about the war were civilians. The city leadership had information about preparing aggression at night on 19 of June, 1992, however, nobody would ever believed that somebody was capable of genocide against his own people (p.d.40-44, v.2).
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The total of these data refute the official version of Kishinev expressed in appeal of President of Moldova M. Snegur to people of Moldova and dwellers of Bendery in the morning of 20.06.1992 and Chairman of the Parliament A Moshanu at night on 20.06.1992 made over the national radio: "On 19 of June, 1992 beginning from 17.20. Smirnov's anti-constitutional formations grossly violated the resolution of the Parliament of Moldova and its mixed deputy commission turned to solve peacefully the conflict in the eastern regions of the republic". At 17.20 the chief Bendery police department applied over the local radio to the people of the city saying that the police department had been attacked by guardsmen with the help of armored cars.

The policemen were obliged to repulse and applied to the Ministry of Internal Affairs for help. They were sent necessary assistance and at night the representatives of legal bodies of Moldova together with the men of the national army took measures to disarm brutal formations..., on 20.06.1992 at 8.00. the guardsmen located in the City Hall in Bendery hung the white flag.

A. Moshanu stated that "in this situation we had by all means the right to protect this legal body of our authority. Probably we had to do it earlier". "We are faced with the dilemma: either we are able to protect our republic, its independence and integrity or we have to inferior to separatists and imperial powers. But then the situation will change... we will be pushed back, we will be knelt again, and we will be turned into slaves of the system of empire" (p.d.3-4, v.2).
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Thus A. Moshanu refuted M. Snegur himself saying the real reason of invasion of armed formations of Moldova in Bendery, and the information about the attack on Bendery City police department (CDP) by guardsmen was a forced action directed to concealment of true reasons of invasion in Bendery, provoked by the fact that police not having waited for the planned time for invasion began to shoot militia, guardsmen and later peaceful dwellers.

The same time Bendery was fired from different sides; there appeared military armament was being brought, machinery, volunteers, policemen who produced firings as they moved along Bendery; artillery was brought in, the shooting against the city began from the Suvorov Mountain.
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The report about the attack on CDP completely does not correspond to actual circumstances and it is refuted by the materials of this criminal case. 19.06.1992. The guardsmen from Tiraspol arrived at Bendery printing-house in the "Moskvich" vehicle for leaflets. The chairman of workers' committee of- Bendery was with them. Guardsmen Yermakov and Rybokon stayed in the car, the others came into the printing-house at 17.15.

At that time policemen went up to the car, withheld and beat Yermakov and Rybokon then took them to the prison. There was no shooting as yet. Kurakov, Grekul and the representative of the workers' committee Popov being in the printing-house knew that their friends had been withheld by the police and ran to the yard of the printing-house but at 17.30 they were shot by the police with the machine-guns situated on the constructed building of the printing-house.

Grecul was wounded. Everybody returned to the printing-house. However the shooting didn't stop; the policemen shooting the air for appearances of the fight, then threw smoke-boxes with irritant gas into the printing-house and kept all workers there till 1.00. On 20 June, after that all workers were set free but the guardsmen were taken to CDP. At that time neither other guardsmen nor militiamen were near the printing-house and police-station; nobody blocked CDP. Moreover, as the editor of the newspaper "For Pridnestrovie" N.V.Vorobyova explained, not only this day but earlier armed guardsmen had come for her to the printing-house.

Policemen had seen that but it had not embarrassed them it had not been any reaction form the policemen. Besides shooting near the printing-house had been earlier because the policemen had set their machine-guns around the police-station and the printing-house long ago (p. 186-187,v.2). It was no necessity for the chief of CDP at 17.20., i.e. before the beginning of shooting to announce over the radio about the attack on CDP and moreover, to ask Board of Internal Affairs for help. It was no necessity for Kostash to order about bringing fighting machines and armed formations into the town (p.53-64, 71-91, v.2, Appendix 5 and 4 p.8).
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As the shooting begun by the policemen did not stop, the chief of Bendery City Department of Internal Affairs directed a group of people from the department to the police-station for explanation of the situation, however, they were fired by the policemen there, and the firing began. At the same time snipers began to shoot at militiamen, civilians from high-rise buildings. Cars with volunteers, policemen, who fired at streets and civilians, began to arrive in town from different directions; armored machines appeared; the town was exposed to fire.

Firing begun by the policemen caught the members of the City Hall at their working places, some time later policemen fired at them from the armored troop carrier (p.53-54, v.2). In this connection and due to Moldova's Parliament solution to the conflict also on owing to the parliamentary commission activity the town authorities began to telephone Moldova leaders in Kishinev, however, in spite of the fact that it was not 18.00.yet, nobody would answer the calls from Bendery. The calls continued non-stop for a long time but with no result.

If one takes into account above-mentioned circumstances this fact should be expected because "Real men of Moldova" unexpectedly for themselves were obliged to be occupied with the leadership of the operation of "restoration of constitutional order" before the term fixed by them. Bendery authorities could hardly get through to the deputy of Moldova Parliament Berlinsky, but answering the question about the causes of firing at militiamen, civilians and City Hall by the policemen he did not find better answer but advised "surrender" (p.9,40-44, 45-59, 63-64, 71-91, v.2, Appendix 4,p.8).
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The war didn't stop in Dubossary. It passed also to Bendery and continued there till 1. 08. 92. The first minutes of shooting made the wounded and the dead appear. And no policeman was killed, but civil people of Bendery. At that time the Bendery cameraman Vozdvizhensky was shot down while he was shooting the methods of "the restoration of constitutional power in Bendery".

No one knew in Bendery then that this firing was a beginning of a cruel war unleashed by Moldova. People in Pridnestrovie are revolted by the fact, calling the leaders of Moldova monsters of the earth and butchers. The police special forces and volunteers acted more fiercely than "tatar-mongolian conquerors, worse than the janissaries, worse than fascist thugs". Their atrocities against us, against our defenders and against innocent dwellers are hard to grasp.

It makes blood curdle at the thought of every victim of brutal crimes of their accomplice. To describe all the "deeds" of Costash troops a volume is not enough, it is hard to describe all their heinous crimes. In the appeal of the Union of Pridnestrovian Moldovans to general Costash is stated: "We could have talked to the decent warriors who respect and follow the rules of war, recognized by all civilized states.

But how can we talk to the criminals and knackers?
How can we debate with the robbers, violators of our daughters and wives?
Is it possible to discuss anything with incendiaries, pathological sadists and rippers?

Remember it, general, and make all your companions believe that we consider even the thought of coming to an agreement with you is mean and shameful. We reject with disgust your lofty phrases about the supposed necessity of protecting us, the Moldavian people, from separatists and occupants. You will play this bare lie of yours, as well as for all your crimes. Remember, general, as good as we remember it, as our children and grandchildren will remember all your heinous crimes and bloody deeds. They will be forgiven neither on the Earth nor in the Heaven. No single drop of blood, no single teardrop of our children will be forgiven" (appendix 2 p. 2).
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Indeed, the deeds of the armed units of Moldova in Dubossary and Bendery cannot be described in other words. The wounded and the dead were lying in the streets for weeks, for the aimed fire of the Moldavian snipers made it impossible to approach them. There was a threat of epidemic. Even if people succeeded in taking the corpse, it was impossible to burry it in the cemetery, for it was fired not only with the small arms, but also with mortars. Therefore people were buried where they had died: in the yards, parks and roadsides (p.c. 26-31, 37-38, 40-42, 45-46, 56-57, 66-68, 74-79, 153-158 v. 3)

The town was half destroyed. The majority of enterprises were burnt; the equipment was dismantled and taken to Moldova. The rest was ransacked by the volunteers whose criminal activity could not be stopped even by police officers.
Was it really necessary for "the restoration of constitutional bodies" and "the liberation of the town and Republic" from "the separatists"? This bloody and monstrous crime against its own nation may be with good reason ranked with barbarous destruction of Spanish Guernica, Checho-Slovak Lidice and Byelorussian Khatyn.

This unprecedented brutality of the Moldavian leaders manifested itself two days after the Parliament had adopted "the resolution of peaceful settlement of the conflict". These "peace-loving words" sounds really blasphemously, as they ordered the following day to start shooting immediately not only at armed persons, but at any other human-being alive: no matter if it is a child, a woman or a helpless old man.
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Invasion in Bendery was worked out thoroughly and timed to the 2-nd anniversary of acceptance of the Declaration of Sovereignty and Independence. The defenders of the territorial integrity of the republic wanted to report of "constitutional power restoration" that day (v. 1, 2, 3, 4).

Substantial help to the aggressors was given by their Big Brother-Romania, which detached fighting machines, armament and ammunition to Moldova. The Rumanian representatives used their participation in quadripartite supervising commissions for reconnaissance work. During the armed conflict in Bendery Rumanian machines, armament and ammunition were supplied, and the Rumanians took part in the conflict under disguise (p.l art. 43, 45. p.c. 149-150, 184-185, v. 3 p.c. 166-228, 50-51, 99-100).
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L. D. Tatarinova, a resident of Bendery, on her way home was caught in the firing by the armored machinery column on their move from Varnitsa and had to run for shelter in the military detachment, there she could watch the Moldavian artillery firing Bendery and Parkany military formations. There she witnessed an episode where an ensign pulled a Rumanian ID out of one wounded Moldovan military's pocket, someone Leon, who was one of an armored carrier crew whose machine was shot as they were entering Bendery (p. c. 149-150, v. 2)

The circumstance that the hostilities were not caused by PMR guardsmen, but had been planned as an aggression on the part of Moldova, its genocide against its own people can be proved, besides the above-mentioned episodes, by the fact that the massive artillery firings were launched even before the two sides could see the reasons for shooting. All through the hostilities the city was involved in artillery firings and fires which caused numerous injuries and deaths among the city dependents and civil people (v. 3, p. c. 86-89, 95-97, 99-102, 50-51, 125, 127-137, 149-150, v. 2, p.c. 6-151, v. 1, p.c. 37-115, v. 4 p.c. 165-166).
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A retired man V. A. Bondarev, who lives near the gas station in the entrance of Bendery, Kaushany and Khadgimus driveways, at about 19 o'clock, 30. 06. 1992, heard artillery shots at the fire station near the silk mill, he went out and saw the Moldavian militaries armed with machine guns taking their cannons farther down the city. Later, their heavy artillery firings at the city objects repeated every day (v. 2 p.c. 104-105).

Not only did Moldova's military actions result in the deaths of civilians, old people, women and children; the latter were also abused, humiliated and assaulted. It went as far as the situations when the people begged the volunteers to kill them at once and thus stop the abuse and torturing toward them. A civil resident of Bendery, Mukhin, was beaten by volunteers, and then driven to Kaushany where they continued torturing him, then made him dig a grave for himself at the dump and after that they shot him dead and covered his body and the shovel with the soil. This was one of many facts.

Beating, raping, and then killing. Beating, sawing off an arm or a leg, cutting out the gentiles then hanging up, shooting or burning dead, or throwing in the water. That was how it happens in Dubossary, now it repeated in Bendery (v. 2 p.c. 73-75, 94-95, 96-97, 133-135, 138-140, 63-64, 70-71, 112-113, 30-31, 34-35, 45-46, v. 3 p.c. 58, 110-113, 138-141, v.3 p.c. 80-84, 45-46).
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