Sunday, March 24, 2024

How the russians take care of business

 

Well this is how  things get done .....i just love how the  russians take care of  business....... check out this list of   fucking awesome tortures ........this is why the  russians are feared ......america would send them to counselling /doctor/after hours  simple soft ass stupid fucking shit ......not  vlad the mad bad lad .....no sirrrrreee  bob!!!!!! ....fed him his own ear ......fuck yeah!!!!!!!!!!

Footage of Russian forces torturing the men they arrested over the Moscow terror attack emerged tonight, with one man given electric shocks to his genitals and a second forced to eat his own ear.

One image shows a suspect named as Shamsuddin Fariddun foaming at the mouth as he lies on a gym floor with his trousers pulled down and wires attached to his groin area. At the other end they are attached to a military radio powered by an 80-volt battery.

Separate video sees another man, Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, having his ear severed and then spitting it out as he is forced to eat it.

The two suspects are among four men detained in western Russia after Friday's terror attack on a packed Moscow concert hall that left at least 140 people dead.

All four appeared in court in the Russian capital tonight and were paraded showing cuts and bruises as the authorities attempt to deliver a message to the shocked nation.

New footage filed inside the Crocus City Hall venue in Krasnogorsk also emerged tonight, showing people running and cowering behind tables as the gunmen open fire in the main lobby of the building. People can be heard screaming as continuous bullets break through glass doors and mow down victims in what was the deadliest attack on Russia in years.

Photographs show one of the suspected terrorists, named as Shamsuddin Fariddun, lying on a gym floor with his trousers pulled down and wires evidently attached to his groin area

Photographs show one of the suspected terrorists, named as Shamsuddin Fariddun, lying on a gym floor with his trousers pulled down and wires evidently attached to his groin area

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, suspected of taking part in the attack of a concert hall, sits in the defendant cage with a severed ear

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, suspected of taking part in the attack of a concert hall, sits in the defendant cage with a severed ear 

Dalerdzhon Mirzoyev, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue, sits behind a glass wall of an enclosure for defendants at the Basmanny district court in Moscow

Dalerdzhon Mirzoyev, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue, sits behind a glass wall of an enclosure for defendants at the Basmanny district court in Moscow

Fariddun is one of four suspected terrorists being interrogated by the Russian Investigative Committee about the Moscow attack

 Fariddun is one of four suspected terrorists being interrogated by the Russian Investigative Committee about the Moscow attack

New footage of the slaughter emerged today showing people running and cowering behind tables as the gunman opened fire

New footage of the slaughter emerged today showing people running and cowering behind tables as the gunman opened fire

The terrorist attack during a concert in Moscow's Crocus City Hall left more than 140 dead and over a hundred wounded

The terrorist attack during a concert in Moscow's Crocus City Hall left more than 140 dead and over a hundred wounded

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue, sits with a severed ear

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue, sits with a severed ear 

The four suspected terrorists entered the concert hall at around 8pm

The four suspected terrorists entered the concert hall at around 8pm 

A visibly injured man man sits behind a glass wall at the Basmanny district court in Moscow

A visibly injured man man sits behind a glass wall at the Basmanny district court in Moscow

A man sits with an injured face behind glass in the Basmanny District Court, in Moscow, Russia

A man sits with an injured face behind glass in the Basmanny District Court, in Moscow, Russia

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue

Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue

Muhammadsobir Fayzov, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue

Muhammadsobir Fayzov, a suspect in the shooting attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue

Muhammadsobir Fayzov sits in a glass cage in the Basmanny District Court in Moscow

Muhammadsobir Fayzov sits in a glass cage in the Basmanny District Court in Moscow

Suspects in Moscow shooting paraded in court battered and brusised
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The four suspected terrorists, who have been photographed and named in the Russian media, were seen arriving in an unmarked white van before they entered the concert hall at around 8pm.

Photographs show suspect Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizod with a bandage strapped to his severed ear as he sits behind a glass wall at the Basmanny district court in Moscow. Any confessions made after such forms of torture can not be treated as reliable. 

Videos previously emerged on social media of the suspects being arrested - with one shaking on his knees and apparently confessing to carrying out the attack.

It appears that the barbaric treatment of these suspects is being deliberately leaked to the media, as today's pictures were released to Telegram channels sympathetic to the security services. 

A telegram channel linked to Wagner paramilitary force said the picture of Fariddun shows how 'an ordinary interrogation takes place using a military field telephone TA-57, in common parlance 'Tapik'.

'By turning the coil…discharges are released through the wires... up to 80 volts, which in turn are connected to the prisoner by the fingers, ears or genitals…

'For best effect, the captured militant should be poured with water.'

The photo follows an incident when one of the suspect's ears was cut off on camera with a knife when he was detained in Bryansk region on Sunday. 

A video shows a Russian agent trying to force the suspect to eat the ear, which he spits out. 

In another video, the same suspect has his head bandaged and his face is covered in blood.  

The favoured method of disposing of 'traitors' by Wagner - headed by former Putin crony Yevgeny Prigozhin - was with a sledgehammer to the head, videos of which were also released.

Human rights group gulagu.net - which highlights widespread torture in Putin's jails - said: 'For more than 10 years, we have been consistently exposing torture and its systemic nature in Russia.

Fariddun was allegedly seen staking out Crocus City Hall on March 7 when he was pictured at the venue

Fariddun was allegedly seen staking out Crocus City Hall on March 7 when he was pictured at the venue

The attack - which happened in Krasnogorsk, on the outskirts of Moscow on Friday night - is the deadliest attack on Russia in years

The attack - which happened in Krasnogorsk, on the outskirts of Moscow on Friday night - is the deadliest attack on Russia in years

Video footage shows law enforcement officers escorting a man suspected of taking part in the attack of a concert hall

Video footage shows law enforcement officers escorting a man suspected of taking part in the attack of a concert hall

Fariddun was seen on his knees after being detained in Bryansk region on Saturday

Fariddun was seen on his knees after being detained in Bryansk region on Saturday

It appears that the barbaric treatment of suspects of heinous crimes is being deliberately leaked by the Russian authorities

It appears that the barbaric treatment of suspects of heinous crimes is being deliberately leaked by the Russian authorities 

A suspect in the Crocus City Hall shooting on Friday, is escorted by police officers in the Basmanny District Court in Moscow, Russia

A suspect in the Crocus City Hall shooting on Friday, is escorted by police officers in the Basmanny District Court in Moscow, Russia

A man sits in the defendant cage as he waits for his pre-trial detention hearing at the Basmanny District Court in Moscow

A man sits in the defendant cage as he waits for his pre-trial detention hearing at the Basmanny District Court in Moscow

'It is obvious that sanctions for these tortures, as well as for the torture of Ukrainian prisoners, are given from the very top…

'The same as with Prigozhin using a sledgehammer… an executor of the will of the murderer and dictator Vladimir Putin. If there is all the evidence and [it] has been collected, why should the FSB torture the Tajiks?

'So that they take the blame and voice a version [of the atrocity] convenient for Putin and the FSB?'

Fariddun was allegedly seen staking out Crocus City Hall on March 7 when he was pictured at the venue.

This coincided with a warning from the US and UK embassies in Moscow about the imminent threat of a strike on a crowded venue.

Fariddun was seen on his knees after being detained in Bryansk region on Saturday.

Exiled journalist Dmirty Kolezev - editor of Republic media - said: 'The Russian security forces are leaking photos showing that detained terrorist attack suspects are being tortured with electric shocks by tying wires to their genitals.

'I have no doubt that after this there will be admissions that the order to kill people in Crocus was given to them personally by Zelensky.

'Torture is, unfortunately, commonplace. What is unusual here is that the security forces used to bashfully hide this. But now they are proud of it and, apparently, they themselves release photographs of torture to friendly Telegram channels.'

This the moment the suspected Moscow massacre terrorists are frogmarched blindfolded into a building for interrogation over the concert hall shooting

This the moment the suspected Moscow massacre terrorists are frogmarched blindfolded into a building for interrogation over the concert hall shooting

The suspected killers are held tightly by security guards as they are taken out of vans and brought to the Russian Investigative Committee for questioning

The suspected killers are held tightly by security guards as they are taken out of vans and brought to the Russian Investigative Committee for questioning

Photographs and the names of four suspects have also been released by the Russian media

Photographs and the names of four suspects have also been released by the Russian media

Suspects of Moscow's massacre are taken to Investigation Committee HQ in Russia

Suspects of Moscow's massacre are taken to Investigation Committee HQ in Russia 

The suspects are blindfolded and handcuffed as they are taken into the building

The suspects are blindfolded and handcuffed as they are taken into the building 

Separate videos of the men being arrested very previously shared on social media

Separate videos of the men being arrested very previously shared on social media 

Separate footage shows the arsenal left behind by the gunmen who staged the bloodbath at the Crocus City Hall that left at least 137 people dead

Separate footage shows the arsenal left behind by the gunmen who staged the bloodbath at the Crocus City Hall that left at least 137 people dead

Officers said they found four sets of combat ammunition, more than 500 rounds of ammunition and 28 magazines at the scene of the massacre

Officers said they found four sets of combat ammunition, more than 500 rounds of ammunition and 28 magazines at the scene of the massacre

Vladimir Putin declared March 24 a day of nationwide mourning, as he was recorded lighting a candle before a crucifix and crossing himself three times in a church located in the territory of the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo. 

Britain accused Putin of using a 'smokescreen of propaganda to defend an utterly evil invasion' after he suggested Ukraine was behind the Moscow terrorist attack. 

Russian authorities said at least three children were among the 137 dead, with the numbers expected to rise as others were gravely injured.

Putin was silent for a whole day before he made a statement saying the gunmen were apprehended 'travelling towards Ukraine where, according to preliminary information, they had a window to cross the border'. Yesterday he lit a candle in a church at his residence of Novo-Ogaryovo in memory of all the victims.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt told Sky News: 'I think we have very little confidence in anything the Russian government says. They are creating a smokescreen of propaganda to defend an utterly evil invasion of Ukraine.

'That doesn't mean that it's not a tragedy when innocent people lose their lives, when you have horrible bombings.

'But I take what the Russian government says with an enormous pinch of salt.'

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Putin was more concerned about pinning the attack on Kyiv than reassuring his own citizens.

Russian state media showed footage of at least three suspects, who are blindfolded and handcuffed, being taken in for investigation over the attack.

Earlier, Moscow-aligned Telegram channels appeared to show their arrests, with one man apparently confessing to the killings.

US intelligence sources said a branch of IS known as Islamic State Khorasan Province is most likely to be responsible.

Two of the gunmen also reportedly appeared at a Moscow district court yesterday.

One of the suspects was led blindfolded into the courtroom. When his blindfold was removed, a black eye was visible. 

Separate footage has shows the arsenal left behind by the gunmen who staged the bloodbath at the Crocus City Hall that left at least 137 people dead. 

Officers said they found four sets of combat ammunition, more than 500 rounds of ammunition and 28 magazines at the scene of the massacre. 

Two Kalashnikov assault rifles were also recovered from the concert hall.

Shots were first fired at people waiting in the foyer before the killers made their way to the concert hall area. 

After shooting at concert-goers the suspected ISIS terrorists set the building on fire, causing the roof to collapse. 

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack and it is thought the men were members of for ISIS-K, an offshoot of the terrorist organisation. 

The group released a sickening 90-second selfie after the attack that is too graphic for MailOnline to share.

The clip, described by the terror group as 'exclusive scenes... of the bloody attack on Christians yesterday in the city of Krasnogorsk in Moscow', begins with one terrorist holding a knife running into the main hall of Crocus City Hall.

The man filming the video twice says: 'Bring the machine gun. Kill them and have no mercy on them.'

The group released sickening a 90-second selfie video of the attack that is too graphic for MailOnline to share

The group released sickening a 90-second selfie video of the attack that is too graphic for MailOnline to share

A massive blaze is seen over the Crocus City Hall on the western edge of Moscow

A massive blaze is seen over the Crocus City Hall on the western edge of Moscow

'They offered me £8,600': Moscow massacre suspects confess to murder
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A view shows the burning Crocus City Hall concert hall following the shooting incident in Krasnogorsk

A view shows the burning Crocus City Hall concert hall following the shooting incident in Krasnogorsk

Another man carrying what appears to be a yellow and black machine gun then runs into the hall and begins firing wildly in all directions.

The gun appears to match up with images released by Russian authorities of the aftermath of the attack.

The gunman filming the sick attack can be heard saying: 'The infidels will be defeated, God willing. God is great. The infidels will be defeated. We went out for the sake of God and to seek His religion.'

The four heavily armed men are then seen slowly walking away from the entrance to the main hall.

It has been alleged that one of the suspected killers staked out the Crocus City Hall venue more than two weeks ago.

This was almost exactly at the time the US and UK embassies warned of an impending risk of a strike in the Russian capital.

The revelation emerged as footage was revealed purporting to show dictator Vladimir Putin in his office as he was told of the atrocity.

Mourners lay flowers at Crocus Hall for victims of terror attack
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Flowers and candles are placed at a makeshift memorial to the victims of the massacre

Flowers and candles are placed at a makeshift memorial to the victims of the massacre

A woman reacts in front of a makeshift memorial to the victims of a shooting attack set up outside the Crocus City Hall

A woman reacts in front of a makeshift memorial to the victims of a shooting attack set up outside the Crocus City Hall

North Caucasus students pay tribute to Moscow shooting victims
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US officials say that the information was privately shared as recently as three days before the attack

US officials say that the information was privately shared as recently as three days before the attack 

More than 140 people are reported to have died during the attack in Moscow

More than 140 people are reported to have died during the attack in Moscow 

Vladimir Putin lights candle in memory of victims of concert hall
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Suspect Shamsuddin Fariddun, from Tajikistan, was caught on camera by a photographer at Crocus City Hall on March 7, it has been claimed. 

Nearly 140 people were killed and around 150 more were injured in the attack. 

One of the vicitms has been confirmed by the Russian Health Ministry as 42-year-old former beauty queen Ekaterina Novoselova.

Another victim was Natalia Zudina, 44, a graduate of the Ural State Economics University, who was originally from Yekaterinburg.

An eight-year-old boy has been listed as among those injured and is said to be in a critical condition in hospital.

Two helicopters and eight drones were scrambled in the Bryansk region to search for the fugitives (File image)

Two helicopters and eight drones were scrambled in the Bryansk region to search for the fugitives (File image)

This image grab taken from footage obtained by AFP TV shows unidentified gunmen moving towards the doors of the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk

This image grab taken from footage obtained by AFP TV shows unidentified gunmen moving towards the doors of the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk

The group en route to Ukraine were reportedly apprehended by Chechen fighters loyal to close Putin ally and warlord Ramzan Kadyrov

The group en route to Ukraine were reportedly apprehended by Chechen fighters loyal to close Putin ally and warlord Ramzan Kadyrov

Massacre in Moscow: Weapons used by terrorists during killing spree
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Russian President Vladimir Putin announced March 24 as a day of national mourning in an address that was televised to the country, according to Russian news agency Tass.

Despite ISIS's claims of responsibility, Putin was quick to blame Ukraine for the horror attack. 

But the US was quick to rebuff these allegations. 'ISIS bears sole responsibility for this attack. There was no Ukrainian involvement whatsoever,' National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said in a statement.




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