KYIV (AFP) – The bodies of three males with their hands tied had been found in a pit near Bucha, a city near Kyiv that has develop into synonymous with allegations of Russian warfare crimes, Ukraine police mentioned on Saturday (April 30).
“On April 29, a pit with the bodies of three men was found in the Bucha district,” a police assertion mentioned.
“The victims’ hands were tied, cloths were covering their eyes and some were gagged. There are traces of torture on the corpses, as well as gunshot wounds to various parts of the body.”
Bucha hit the worldwide headlines when dozens of bodies in civilian clothes had been found there in early April, some with their hands tied, after Russian troops pulled out following a month-long occupation.
Since then, increasingly corpses have been found there and within the surrounding cities and villages, with the Kyiv police on Saturday giving an general determine of 1,202.
“The victims were tortured for a long period of time, bullet wounds were found on the extremities. Finally, each of the men was shot in the ear,” mentioned Kyiv’s regional police chief Andriy Nebytov within the assertion.