Putin’s dungeon where victims were tortured in ELECTRIC CHAIR to deliver savage shocks

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RUSSIAN torturers have been accused of using a homemade electric chair to shock Ukrainian prisoners and castrate their victims.

From the newly liberated city of Izyum comes horrific evidence of new Russian war crimes, including mass graves and torture chambers.

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The homemade electric chair allegedly used to torture UkrainiansCredit: Twitter/@TarasBerezovets
The chair is attached to a wooden base with a pole

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The chair is attached to a wooden base with a pole
Wires used to shock victims coming out of the wall

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Wires used to shock victims coming out of the wall
Cables from the torture chambers seized by Ukrainian investigators

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Cables from the torture chambers seized by Ukrainian investigators
Cells used by the Russians to detain Ukrainians were discovered in Izyum

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Cells used by the Russians to detain Ukrainians were discovered in IzyumCredit: Twitter/@TarasBerezovets

Vladimir Putin’s troops are accused of massacres during their occupation and when they fled in the face of the lightning-fast Ukrainian advance that has liberated vast swathes of territory.

Several Ukrainians have spoken of the Russians using electric shocks to torture anyone they suspected of helping the resistance.

Now chilling images have surfaced of a chair secured to a piece of wood on the floor with a metal post to hold it in place, with a hole in the wall next to it with wires exposed.

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The homemade electric chair stood in a room at the Izyum Police Station and it is alleged that the Russians used it to torture Ukrainians.

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The image was posted by Taras Berezovets, who serves with the Ivan Bohun Brigade of the Ukrainian Army’s Special Forces, acting as the unit’s spokesperson.

Berezovets said the Russians “used electric shocks to torture prisoners of war and civilians”.

He explained that the “seat is on a wooden platform” so that the torturer conducting the interrogation can “avoid an electric shock”.

“The wires used to interrogate the prisoners are visible in the wall on the left,” he said.

He also posted images of another torture chamber where he said four Ukrainian prisoners were held per cell.

One cell was reserved for prisoners of war, and only one person was in it, explains Berezovets.

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At least 10 torture chambers have also been found where local people were mistreated in appalling conditions by the Russian occupiers.

In Izyum, locals said dozens of men were being held in underground cells at the main police station.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said horror is the latest war crime committed against his country following the discovery of mass graves in Bucha and Mariupol following the Russian invasion in February.

Horror photos show bodies being exhumed from about 450 graves near Izyum.

Investigators have said that nearly all of the bodies exhumed in the mass grave showed signs of torture, including violent castrations.

Yevheny Yenin, Ukraine’s first deputy interior minister, said: “We continue to find bodies with signs of violent death – there are many.

“These include broken ribs and cracked skulls, men with tied hands, broken jaws and severed genitalia.”

Oleg Synehubov, governor of the Kharkiv region, added: “Some of the dead show signs of a violent death. There are bodies with hands tied and traces of torture.

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“The dead were also found to have explosives, shrapnel and stab wounds.”

It comes as poignant details have emerged about the suffering inflicted on Ukrainians by the Russian occupiers during the war in Ukraine.

Oleksandr Hlushko, 53, told The Times he was detained for five days after the Russians suspected the former soldier of having contact with Ukrainian partisans.

His ribs were shattered, he was beaten on the head and the soles of his feet were flogged, before being thrown from a car and dumped by the side of the road.

The ordeal required him to be treated in hospital for six weeks and now he speaks his words as if he were drunk.

“The first time they took me, they beat me until I was a vegetable,” he said.

“If it weren’t for the doctors, I wouldn’t be here today.”

He was also one of those the Russians used electric shocks on, using electrodes attached to his little finger.

“The second time I almost hit the ceiling,” he said.

Another man revealed he had been standing in feces in a manure pit for 24 hours before being placed in police cells, where he had broken his ribs.

Grim converted cells in the police station

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Grim converted cells in the police station
Russia allegedly committed war crimes

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Russia allegedly committed war crimes
At least 10 torture chambers have been discovered in Izyum

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At least 10 torture chambers have been discovered in IzyumCredit: Twitter/@TarasBerezovets
The dingy entrance to a makeshift Russian prison and torture chamber

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The dingy entrance to a makeshift Russian prison and torture chamberCredit: Reuters
More than 400 bodies found in mass grave

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More than 400 bodies found in mass graveCredit: TNZT

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