War in Ukraine: the bodies of three men with their hands tied found buried near Boutcha, according to the police

kyiv police announced on Saturday April 30 that the bodies of three men were found in a grave near Boutcha. “The victims were tortured for a long time (…) In the end, each of them was shot in the temple”kyiv police chief Andriy Nebytov said in a statement. “The victims had their hands tied, clothes around their faces so they couldn’t see anything and some had gags in their mouths”he added.

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The bodies of these three men were found in Myrotske, a village near Boutcha, a town near kyiv that has become a symbol of the atrocities of the war in Ukraine and in which many corpses of civilians have been discovered.

The bodies were “thrown into a pit”

“According to preliminary data, the occupiers tried to hide the traces of their violence, so they threw the bodies into a pit and covered them with earth”, said Andriï Nebytov. kyiv accuses the Russian forces of having committed massacres after the discovery of dozens of corpses wearing civilian clothes in these localities occupied then abandoned by the Russian army around kyiv.

This week, Ukrainian justice indicted ten soldiers from a Russian brigade stationed in the region during their brief occupation, now wanted for “cruel treatment of civilians and other violations of the laws and customs of war”.

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