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Ukrainian forces uncover ‘at least 1,000’ dead bodies in Izyum who were executed for being so called ‘spies’

by LLB political Reporter
15th Sep 22 3:19 pm

In the newly liberated city of Izyum Ukrainian officials have found at least 1,000 dead bodies which is a “tragedy even worse than the one in Bucha,” Anton Herashchenko said the to the BBC.

Mark Savchuk, a Ukrainian Journalist who has contacts in the Ukrainian Armed forces claimed that Russians are executing civilians for being so called “spies.”

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He told Express.co.uk that such a large number of civilians being killled wouldn’t surprise him as Russians have executed Ukrainians “left and right” for being what they claim to be “spies” for the Ukrainian forces.

Savchuk said, “There hasn’t been a single place where I didn’t hear that there was rape going on, that there was robbery going on.”

He added: “What would stop them from doing that? Are there police or some board that would say ‘Oh you can’t rape the women’ – obviously not.

“That’s exactly why you see people running towards the Ukrainian military with tears in their eyes.

“If people were treated well, you wouldn’t see this reaction. Why on earth would a person run towards a tank with tears in his eyes?

“It’s because he saw up close these horrible things before Izyum was liberated.”

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