Putin’s war crimes involving the murder of hundreds of civilians in the suburbs of kyiv Bucha shocked the world. Now there is a new lead for Russian military perpetrators.
The question: Who exactly were Putin’s henchmen who committed the crime? And why did they do it?
Fact: several hundred Ukrainian civilians were killed in the four weeks Russian rule in Bucha deliberately murdered.
These are the suspects
Ukraine’s prosecutor general uses photos to search for “ten Russian butchers from the 64th Motorized Brigade as suspects in the massacre”. The men are said to be between 24 and 33 years old and are now fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Victims of targeted killings were shot in the streets, in basements, in front of houses and in backyards. “Most of them”, it is said, were shot in the head. But some also with blows in the upper body. Many of the dead had their hands tied.
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Nikita Akimov and Waseli Kniazew (left to right) were allegedly murdered in ButschaPhoto: Twitter/DefenceU
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Allegedly committed war crimes in Bucha: Viatscheslav Lavrentjaw and Sergej Peskarew (from left to right) Photo: Twitter/DefenceU