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2 bodies of tortured men found in liberated Kupiansk-Vuzlovyi, Kharkiv Oblast

by The Kyiv Independent news desk October 6, 2022 7:32 PM 1 min read
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The two male bodies were found with their hands tied. According to law enforcement, one body shows bruises on the neck and chest, while the other has a bullet wound in the chest and groin.

Earlier, the bodies of two civilian men, aged 30-35, were found in the liberated village of Novoplatonivka in Kharkiv Oblast on Oct. 5.

A day prior, the police also found a torture chamber in the village of Pisky-Radkivski, Kharkiv Oblast, where Russian troops tortured locals, war veterans, and soldiers in a basement.

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