A Ukrainian Dr who gave the order to “castrate” Russian prisoner’s of war (POWs) because they are “cockroaches and not people” has vowed to “kill” those ‘”brutal b*****ds who rape my land.”
In late March DrGennadiy Druzenko, 49, who gave “very strict orders to castrate” all of the POWs told Ukraine 24, “I have always been a great humanist and said that if a man is wounded, he is no longer an enemy but a patient.
“But now [I gave] very strict orders to castrate all [captured Russian] men, because they are cockroaches, not people.
However he later clarified, that no order to castrate prisoners was in fact given despite what he said during the interview, and that his hospital “saves lives, period.”
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But, then Druzenko added on Facebook, “We are going to kill. Not prisoners – [but] brutal b*****ds who rape my land.”
During his interview with Ukraine 24 he also said, “Believe, all doctors who saved the patients – Russians will die here. Die in large numbers.
“Those who [come here] will remember their nightmare on Ukrainian soil.
“Like the Germans remember Stalingrad.”
Following the order to “castrate” all Russian POWs the Russian Investigative Committee opened a criminal case against him.
“The head of the Ukrainian Mobile Hospital project, Gennady Druzenko, called for violence against captured soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces live on a Ukrainian TV channel.
“He gave this instruction to the doctors of mobile hospitals.”
If Druzenko is captured he will face trial under Russian law, Moscow has said castration is “contrary” to the “norms of medical ethics.”
The head of the committee Alexander Bastrykin, who is a former university classmate of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, has started a criminal case over his “castration” orders, which is “contrary to the law and the norms of medical ethics.”