How skills honed after the Capitol riot are helping amateur sleuths document atrocities. When Russia invaded Ukraine, many of us helplessly watched the devastation unfold, wishing that there was something we could do to help. For some, that means donating crypto. For others, it's opening their homes to refugees. And for those with digital investigative skills, that means using their time and effort to analyse material posted on the web to document possible war crimes. With the war still raging, Tanya Basu meets with British Bellingcat volunteer Aeden and discovers the importance of archival work in an information war where rumours and disinformation fly rampant.