Russian Defense Ministry Uses Video Game Screenshot as ‘Proof’ of U.S. Helping ISIS

The Russian Defense Ministry on Tuesday accused U.S. military forces of cooperating with ISIS against Syrian troops, but its evidence was a screenshot from a video game.
The Facebook post included five pictures purporting to be evidence of U.S. actions, and one of them was a screenshot from the mobile phone video game “AC-130 Gunship Simulator: Special Ops Squadron,” the Guardian reported. Investigators at Conflict Intelligence Team, which checks the accuracy of the Russian military’s claims, pointed out the video game screenshot and also determined that the other photos were from the Iraqi Ministry of Defense in 2016.
“Twitter users quickly found out that 4 out of 5 ‘drone photos’ were actually taken from videos released by the Iraqi Ministry of Defence in June 2016, showing the Iraqi Air Force bombing IS near Fallujah,” Conflict Intelligence Team wrote in a post. “Another photo was taken from a mobile game ‘AC-130 Gunship Simulator: Special Ops

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