On July 28, Russian Telegram channels shared a video where two, apparently, Russian soldiers tortured a prisoner of war in Ukrainian uniform. Abuse of prisoners of war is a war crime.
In a video released by the Russians, two soldiers can be seen speaking Russian and abusing a prisoner of war in a Ukrainian uniform with yellow and blue patches and bound hands. Nearby is a car with a capital letter Z on the hood – this letter, which the occupiers apply to their vehicles, has become one of the symbols of the armed invasion of the Russian Federation.
Two, probably Russian soldiers, beat the prisoner and castrated him with a knife.
Twitter users found one of the attackers in other propaganda videos. The cowboy hat of the occupier helped with this.
Such treatment of a prisoner falls under the concept of a war crime. According to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, war crimes are torture or inhuman treatment, including biological experiments; intentional infliction of severe suffering or serious bodily injury or harm to health.
WARNING! Video 21+ (not recommended for people with an unstable psyche!): https://t.me/real_ukraine_21/5
Source: Public Television