Train Station Missile Attack Is A War Crime, But Who Committed It?

If the missile attack on the Kramatorsk train station was deliberate, it is unequivocally an attack on civilians explicitly forbidden by the Geneva Conventions--i.e., a war crime which is completely unacceptable. That much the politicians have right.

Britain’s Defense Minister Ben Wallace denounced the attack as a war crime, and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called it “completely unacceptable.”

The question we do not have answered is “who committed it?”

Ukraine blames Russia. Russia says it's a Ukrainian false flag. Both explanations are possible and plausible.

Both sides need to stand down and resolve their differences at the negotiating table. The time for a ceasefire is now.