Saturday, March 2, 2024

Chechens Execute Wounded Russian Soldiers Near Fmr. Nazi Camp

'There they just killed people through binoculars, for example. They just shot them... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The Chechen National Army, which is aiding Russia in the Ukrainian invasion, has reportedly set up an execution and torture chamber in Bucha to kill gravely wounded Russian soldiers, 100PercentFedUp reported.

The mainstream media earlier reported that the Russian Armed Forces committed atrocities against civilians in Bucha, but the Russian government denied the reports, according to the Daily Mail.

The group alleged to have created the execution site, called The Kadyrovtsy regiment, is responsible for protecting the President of Chechnya, Ramzan Akhmadovich Kadyrov.

The Kadyrovtsy operates the torture chamber in a glass factory on Yablonska Street in Bucha, a city outside Kyiv. Several Ukrainians claim to have seen torture and executions or themselves experienced torture.

Artem Hurin, who serves on the City Council of Irpin, which is next to Bucha, said he visited Borodyanka after the Russians retreated from Kyiv and heard horrifying stories from local residents.

“They would bring heavily wounded Russian soldiers to a big hospital they had there, and those who were very heavily wounded, they would just shoot them,” he said. “No one other than the Kadyrovtsy did this.”

Hurin said he saw people who had been executed lying dead in the streets.

A woman said a Kadyrovtsy soldier and a Belarusian soldier tortured her for four days and executed her husband.

Bucha Mayor Anatoliy Fedoruk said the Chechens tied white arm bands around prisoners’ arms, and dead persons, who had been executed, were found in the streets with the same white bands.

Hurin said the Chechens would not let civilians leave their home, and they would kill them on sight if they tried to leave for supplies.

“They didn’t allow them to do anything,” he said. “There they just killed people through binoculars, for example. They just shot them.”

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