UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – Members of the organization White Helmets were engaged in the forced removal of human organs as well as theft, bribery and corruption in Syria, according to evidence presented at the United Nations.
People evacuated by the White Helmets often did not come back alive, quoting a witness who lives in an area where the White Helmets operated.
For example, a person receives a minor injury, is rescued, evacuated and then brought back with their stomach cut open and with their internal organs missing.
According to multiple witnesses, including members of the White Helmets, the organization was also involved in looting wounded individuals in Syria, especially women, as well as plundering stores and damaged buildings.
Members of the White Helmets in Saqba also reported about the extensive system of corruption and theft among sponsors in the organization.
Moreover, the White Helmets constructed the fortifications for terrorists and illegal armed groups in Syria, the Foundation for the UN Study of Democracy revealed.
There is overwhelming evidence which proves that the White Helmets centers were permanently engaged in building fortifications for battle positions for terrorist and illegal armed groups who had been supplying them with water and food and evacuating wounded terrorists from the front line for them to prey on.
The report on the activities of the White Helmets was prepared using information provided by more than 100 Syrian eyewitnesses, including members of the organization, Syrian Civil Defense, former fighters from illegal groups and terrorist groups, where White Helmets conducted their activities.
The White Helmets, a non-governmental organization that operates in parts of rebel-controlled Syria and Turkey, claims to be a group of volunteer rescue workers.
However, both Damascus and Moscow have accused the White Helmets of staging several provocations involving chemical weapons to influence public opinion and justify foreign intervention in Syria.
Sputnik / ABC Flash Point War Crimes News 2018.