Yevgeny Nuzhin, 55, had his head taped to a brick wall and was subsequently beaten to death with the sledgehammer in November 2022 when he was recaptured by his former colleagues, in a harrowing ordeal that was filmed and circulated on the Telegram messaging app
- UN said it was ‘deeply concerned by summary executions of prisoners of war’
- Up to 25 Russian POWs and 15 Ukrainian POWs allegedly killed by enemy forces
The United Nations said Friday it was ‘deeply concerned’ by what it described as summary executions of prisoners of war carried out by Russian and Ukrainian forces on the battlefield.
Several execution videos of prisoners of war (POWs) shared on social media have shocked the world since the war started.
Just last month, in February, a convicted murderer released from prison to fight for Russia’s Wagner group reportedly became the second mercenary to be beaten to death with a sledgehammer after defecting to Ukraine.
Dmitry Yakushchenko, 44, had his head taped to a what appears to be a pile of bricks with cling film before being apparently bludgeoned to death with the sledgehammer in a horrifying execution that was filmed and published on messaging app Telegram.
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