Rape in front of children, bodies in sewers…Russian military’s “brutality is too cruel and barbaric | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Rape in front of children, bodies in sewers…Russian military’s “brutality is too cruel and barbaric

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President Zelensky looks grimly in front of the bodies of civilians massacred by Russian troops (Image: Reuters/Afro)

A report released on April 3 by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) details war crimes committed by the Russian military. The testimony of a 31-year-old woman who had taken refuge with her family, including her 5-year-old daughter, at a school in Halkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, is graphic.

It was around midnight on March 13 when Russian soldiers broke a window and entered the school. The soldier told her his name and that he was 20 years old, and instructed her to go to a classroom on the second floor. He pointed an assault rifle at her and said, “I’m 20 years old.

Take off your clothes.”

The soldier sexually assaults the woman while holding a pistol to her temple. There was no heating in the school, but only the top half of the body was allowed to be clothed. Women were repeatedly and repeatedly raped. …… In addition, the woman was repeatedly punched in the face and had her neck, cheeks, and hair cut with a knife.

The bodies were eaten by dogs and ……

The Associated Press also reported on the brutal actions of the Russian military. A civilian in the town of Bucha, near the capital of Kiew, said, “The Russian army was so brutal that I was forced to leave the city.

Russian soldiers went from house to house and dragged out residents who had taken refuge in basements. They checked the smart phones that residents had. If they found anti-Russian posts, they killed them without mercy. In one basement, they found 18 bodies with their hands and feet bound. Some of them were children. …… The bodies’ limbs had been severed into pieces.

According to the Ukrainian government, at least 410 bodies have been identified in Khiu. Some were thrown into the sewers, some were shot in the back of the head with a T-shirt over their heads, and others were found with sunken faces and marks from being eaten by dogs. …… The entire city was filled with horrific scenes.

Ukrainian President Zelensky declared the barbaric acts of the Russian military to be “genocide,” and in a video speech released on April 3, he strongly condemned them in fiery language.

I want all the families of Russian soldiers to see this. Why were ordinary citizens of a peaceful city tortured to death? Why were women strangled to death as their earrings were ripped from their ears? How could they sexually assault and murder mothers in front of their daughters and sons? And how could they use tanks to crush people alive?”

According to HRW, the aforementioned human rights organization, Russian soldiers turned to civilians and told them, “We have come to cleanse the dirt. Professor Itsuro Nakamura of Tsukuba Gakuin University, an expert on the situation in Russia, said, “The Russian soldiers told the civilians, ‘We have come to clean up the dirt.

The Russian soldiers are convinced that Ukraine is a den of ‘neo-Nazis,'” said Itsuro Nakamura, a professor at Tsukuba Gakuin University and an expert on Russian affairs. They are a threat to Russia. They are willing to kill civilians who are extremely dangerous.

Meanwhile, the Russian military chain of command is in shreds. The soldiers on the ground are completely out of control. The Ukrainian army is fighting back more than expected, forcing them to retreat, but they are in a state of panic due to a lack of food and weapons. The extreme fear of being killed by dangerous ‘neo-Nazis’ is preventing them from making calm decisions, and they are probably losing control of their actions.

The Russian Defense Ministry announced that it “has not touched a single inhabitant” in Ukraine. As for the video of civilians allegedly massacred by Russian soldiers, the ministry denies that it is a “work of art” created for the Western media.

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