The mayor of Motyzhyn, near Kyiv, Olga Suchenkova († 50) was betrayed by a local Russian partisan when he sent the occupiers to a place where she was hiding with her husband Igor († 55) and her son Alexander († 25 years old). “They only wanted to marry Olha, but her husband insisted on going with her,” Semenova told local reporters. “After six hours, they took his son away. No one knew what had happened to him.”
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Revenge of the Resistance
The enemy army apparently wanted revenge on the mayor for not cooperating with the occupiers during the invasion. “I know the Russians were trying to get support from community leaders. When they refused, they massacred them. They wanted to capture Olha,” Semenova continued.
The corpses were discovered by Ukrainian troops only after the Russians left Motyzhyn and retreated east. mother, father and son showed signs of torture, Igor’s soldiers found her thrown into the canal and her mother and son in a shallow mass grave. Their hands and fingers were broken.
Ukrainians found after the liberation of the city dozens of other similar graves, crippled bodies were often left on the roads as food for crows. The event was notified by the DailyMail server.
Satellites provided evidence of guilt
The towns and villages of the Kyiv region became the scene of Russian atrocities. The Kremlin continues to vehemently deny guilt, saying the bodies of tortured victims dumped in Bukh and other towns were planted by Ukrainians to blame the Russians. But the guilty are obviously guilty Several weeks satellite images, the DailyMail reported.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has gone so far as to issue wide-ranging statements that no Ukrainian civilians were harmed during a special military operation in Ukraine, as they call the war, especially during the mission in Boukh. However, the satellite images have been scanned by countless experts and their authenticity has also been verified. The bodies remained in the streets of Buči for several weeks and the Russians started digging the mass grave from the beginning of March.
In Buča’s photo of March 11, you can see 7 corpses.