- Shocking footage that recently shocked the world shows how a criminal strips a Ukrainian prisoner of war
- After the video surfaced on the Internet, cyber investigators decided to find the person who committed the crime
- This was done very quickly, because the culprit had previously appeared in one of the items on Russian television
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Cyber sleuths from Bellingham identified the culprit as a 39-year-old fighter of the Luhansk group “Priyanka-USSR”, which is known for its brutality. Photos of militants proudly performing Nazi salutes are circulating on the internet.
Footage of one of the worst war crimes of the entire invasion recently surfaced on Russian social media. It shows men in Russian camouflage brutally torturing and then impaling a Ukrainian prisoner of war. Finally, they killed him and dragged his body through the streets.
One of the torturers was quickly identified due to his distinctive black cap, bracelet, matching uniform and insignia. Ukrainian sources say the perpetrator is from the Russian region of Kalmykia on the Caspian Sea. He had to work as a service technician and was convicted in Russia for debts.
The person you are looking for is Vitaliy Valerievich Aroshanov, born on February 21, 1983. His phone number, email address and passport number can be found on social media. According to online detectives, it was he who brutally mutilated a Ukrainian prisoner of war.
In June, the 39-year-old appeared on Russian state media in a report showing Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s Luhansk forces and fighters in Severodonetsk.
It is not known exactly when and where the gruesome recording of the torture of a Ukrainian soldier was made. However, its authenticity was confirmed last night by the Bellingate website’s Arik Doler, who has previously exposed numerous crimes committed by the Russian state.
Toler said the post showed no signs of editing or manipulation. He explained that the assailant was identified by the same broad-brimmed hunting hat and bracelet, and the same uniform and insignia he had worn on news on Russian television.
The release of a gruesome video of a soldier being tortured and killed has sparked widespread outrage in Ukraine.
“Russian propagandists happily showed how inhumans hurt a Ukrainian prisoner of war. That’s all the world needs to know – Russia is a country of cannibals who enjoy torture and murder. The fog of war will not help the torturers to avoid punishment. We will identify and catch them all” – wrote on Twitter, the adviser to the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podlog.
The gruesome video is the latest evidence of widespread war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. He said that the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office collects more than 14,000 documents. Russian war crimes. More than 600 suspects have been identified so far.
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