On September 21, prosecutors of the Kupiansk District Prosecutor’s Office of the Kharkiv Region, together with law enforcement officers, inspected the torture chamber set up by the Russian army.
It was established that during the occupation of Kupiansk, the Russian military occupied the police station, where a torture chamber was set up in the semi-basement. The Russian occupiers subjected people to physical and psychological violence. In a cell where four people were supposed to be kept, Russian military kept more than 20. According to the victims, they had to sleep in turns.
Frightening people, the Russian military painted a torture picture on the wall: a woman with a Soviet flag on the background of the Latin letter “Z”, and a Russian soldier behind her. Even in the propaganda art, the Russian army hides behind the backs of civilian residents and believes that someone is waiting for them in Ukraine.
Currently, all people kept by Russian military personnel are being identified.
Source: Kharkiv Prosecutor’s Office