Ukraine Digs With Photos: These Are Supposedly Butscha Butchers – The Politics Abroad

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.


Nikita Akimov and Waseli Kniazew (left to right) were allegedly murdered in ButschaFoto: Twitter/DefenceU

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Nikita Akimov and Waseli Kniazew (left to right) were allegedly murdered in ButschaPhoto: Twitter/DefenceU


Allegedly committed war crimes in Bucha: Viatscheslav Lavrentjaw and Sergej Peskarew (from left to right)Foto: Twitter/DefenceU

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Allegedly committed war crimes in Bucha: Viatscheslav Lavrentjaw and Sergej Peskarew (from left to right) Photo: Twitter/DefenceU

Despite overwhelming evidence, Russia continues to deny the killing of hundreds of civilians in Bucha, Ukraine.

► Kremlin tyrant Vladimir Putin (69) followed again – and awarded an honorary title to the alleged killers of his army!

The Russian leader signed a decree giving the 64th Motorized Rifle Brigade the title of “guards”.

Particularly cynical: He justified the award by the “heroism and bravery, determination and courage” of the members.


Albert Radnaew and Grigori Naruschkin (left to right) are wanted by Ukraine for crimes in BuchaFoto: Twitter/DefenceU

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Albert Radnaew and Grigori Naruschkin (left to right) are wanted by Ukraine for crimes in BuchaPhoto: Twitter/DefenceU

Ukraine accuses the 64th Rifle Brigade of being largely responsible for the massacre of civilians at Bucha.

Ukraine’s chief negotiator at the peace talks, Mykhailo Podoliak, 50, wrote on Twitter: “As the debate over whether Russia’s crimes in Ukraine qualify as genocide, Russia continues to smile in the face of the world. Putin awarded the honorary title “For heroism and courage” to the brigade based in Bucha.

Podoliak continues: “For the murder of children and the rape of women, you mean?”

Before the war, Bucha was a family suburb of kyiv with about 37,000 inhabitants. The first Russian soldiers reached the city on February 27 and took control of the city on March 5, according to human rights organization Human Rights Watch. At that time, about 4,000 inhabitants were still there. On March 31, the Russian army withdrew from Bucha.


Dmitri Sergienko and Mikhail Kashin (left to right) are wanted for their involvement in the Bucha massacreFoto: Twitter/DefenceU

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Dmitri Sergienko and Mikhail Kashin (left to right) are wanted for their part in the Bucha massacrePhoto: Twitter/DefenceU

According to Bucha Police Chief Vitaly Lobass, around 400 bodies were discovered after the troops withdrew, including in two mass graves. Most were shot, about a quarter could not be identified.

More than 1,000 dead civilians have been found across the region, according to Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Olha Stefanishyna.

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