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8 Invaders who tortured Ukrainians and killed the family of starosta Motyzhin were identified in Ukraine

8 Invaders who tortured Ukrainians
8 Invaders who tortured Ukrainians.

Ukrainian law enforcement officers have identified Russian servicemen who killed the family of Motyzhin's village chief and tortured Ukrainians. Only three people survived the occupiers' torture.

According to Office of the Prosecutor General, SBU, Facebook page of Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova.

Five Russian Armed Forces servicemen and three Wagner PMC mercenaries were identified. They have been involved in at least 14 crimes. Only three people escaped the pain and torture.

Venediktov's direct speech: "Prosecutors from the Kyiv Regional and Kyiv-Svyatoshinsky District Prosecutor's Offices, in collaboration with the SBU, identified those involved in the atrocities in Motyzhin:

  • Senior Lieutenant Oleg Krykunov - platoon commander of the 37th separate motorized rifle brigade of the 36th Combined Arms Army
  • Sergeant Chingis Gonchikov - commander of the department - commander of the combat vehicle of the 37th separate motorized rifle brigade of the 36th Combined Arms Army
  • Sergeant Alexander Vanchikov - commander of the department of the 37th separate motorized rifle brigade of the 36th Combined Arms Army
  • Sergeant Magomedmirza Suleymanov - commander of the combat vehicle of the 37th separate motorized rifle brigade of the 36th Combined Arms Army
  • Senior Lieutenant Vitaliy Dmitriev platoon commander of the 37th separate motorized rifle brigade of the 36th Combined Arms Army
  • Sergey Sazanov - member of PMC "Wagner"
  • Sergey Sazonov -  driver of the department KSM PMC "Wagner"
  • Alexander Stupitsky is a scout-liaison of the 1st reconnaissance and assault platoon of the 1st reconnaissance and assault company of the Wagner PMC.

The occupiers abducted Olga Sukhenko, her husband, and their son from the house of the head of the village of Motyzhin in March 2022, according to the investigation.

According to the Prosecutor General, Russians tortured them at their "base," extracting information about the Ukrainian Armed Forces and theroboron.

"They shot their son's leg in front of the mother, then shot him in the head with a shot," Venediktov said. Multiple gunshot wounds killed the entire family.

Consider the reasons for the other murder: one of their victims was shot simply for wearing black. They kidnapped her father and imprisoned her in a barn with his hands tied and blindfolded and little food or water."

Furthermore, two volunteers who attempted to smuggle humanitarian aid to the occupied Motyzhin in exchange for local aid were taken by the occupiers to the forest belt and shot. One of them made it.

Russian military and mercenaries stole humanitarian aid and volunteer cars.

The suspects also tortured and murdered two members of the public organization "Patriot," whose bodies were discovered with numerous gunshot wounds.

Another victim was tied to an ATV and forced to run nearly 1 km.

The man was also subjected to interrogations, death threats, and beatings, as well as several days of sinking in a sewer pit.

Venediktova stated that, in addition to killing, torturing, and holding prisoners, the suspects' established crimes include shelling and torching peaceful homes, as well as stealing mobile phones.

The occupiers in Ukraine were informed in absentia of suspicion of violating war laws and customs, as well as premeditated murder (Part 1, Part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code).

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