case study 1: falsified photo, deconstruction of facts
on february 7, 2018, an online edition georgia and the world released an article titled “sorry, mustafa,” according to which european women launched a flashmob #sorry to apologize to migrants for their depraved behavior.
case study 2: staged photos as an
on november 14, 2018, russian ministry of defence (mod) accused the us of providing air cover to an is convoy which allegedly left the syrian town of al-bukamal on november 9. as proof, the mod's social media account posted what they claimed were russian drone photos of the convoy heading towards the syrian-iraqi border.
case study 3: authentic photo which does not correspond to the description of the event
on june 11, 2017, digest.pia.ge published and address published by the leader of the “georgian troupe” in the social network, saying that the orthodox church was actively persecuted, devastated and robbed by schismatics, with clerics being physically abused/humiliated and already 40 churches
case study 1: discrepancy between video and an event
on may 15, 2017, georgian websites marshalpress.ge, itv.ge and dainteresdit.ge published identical video which in its description holds allegations that syrian children living in turkey have their organs removed while they are still alive and that organ trafficking in turkey is particularly widespread.
case study 2: discrepancy between video and indicated time and location
on august 8, a russian tv channel НТВ broadcasted an original documentary by a journalist sergei kholoshevsky – august 2008: justice enforcement. the same day, a video was published on the official facebook page of the tv channel, the description of which mentioned that on august 8, georgia attacked south ossetia.