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Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’


Ukraine photographed and revealed the names of the “Despicable Ten” Russian soldiers charged with war crimes in Bucha this afternoon.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense released the names and faces of the ten twisted, stating: “Ten Russian butchers from the 64th Brigade have been identified and named as suspects responsible for the Bucha massacre.

‘This unit [has] was rewarded for his atrocities and returned to the battlefield. Justice for war criminals is inevitable.

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Corporal Andrei Bizyaev (left), 33, is believed to have served in the Red Army for more than ten years. He is from Khabarovsk in eastern Russia. Right: Private Sergei Peskarev, 24, has proof of his membership in the 64th Brigade on Facebook. He worked in a supermarket until November last year when he enlisted in anticipation of a war in Ukraine. In February, he got his wish and is now charged with war crimes.

Attorney General Iryna Venediktova added: “We won’t stop until we bring each of them to justice.”

The prosecutor general’s office and the Slidstvo news agency scribbled the ten’s personal details on the Internet.

Aged between 24 and 33, the corporals, sergeants and privates of the 64th motorized brigade would now be fighting in Donbass.

More than 400 mutilated, tortured and murdered corpses were discovered in Bucha days after reports emerged of widespread war crimes in the outskirts of kyiv as Russian troops retreated.

Last week, the alleged leader of the “Butcher of Bucha”, Major Azatbek Omurbekov was promoted from lieutenant colonel to colonel.

He came in spite of his men accused of gang rapes, torture and civil executions.

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Corporal Dmitry Sergienko (left), 27, lived in Voronezh, in southwestern Russia. He has a wife and a young daughter. Right: Private Grigory Naryshkin, 30, is another soldier personally charged with war crimes by the Attorney General. The athlete and martial artist also hails from the Far Eastern region of Russia.

Shortly after receiving the honours, the unit was then redeployed to the eastern Donbass front, one of the most dangerous in the conflict.

Deadly battles take place as forces from Moscow attempt to encircle Ukrainian troops who prove a determined line of defense against the Russian push from the east.

Analysts say Putin deliberately sent them to the front line in order to make them disappear.

This way they could never be forced to testify about their alleged war crimes.

Ukraine continued to publish the names of officers and soldiers responsible for the Bucha massacre.

It is said that Putin knows that they could one day stand trial and reveal the extent of their atrocities.

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Sergeant Nikita Akimov (left), 25, from Komsomolsk in the Far East, is accused of personally kidnapping and torturing innocent Buchans. He has a wife and children and posted photos of the invasion on Facebook. Right: Corporal Mikhail Kashin, 24, is from Votkinsk in western Russia. According to his social networks, he has a wife and several sisters. He spent his birthday committing war crimes in Bucha.

Ukraine’s defense ministry intelligence directorate said earlier this month that Russian commanders were refusing to rotate their brigades and that the 64th was in Belgorod, western Russia, ready for redeployment.

Putin then sent them to the front between Kharkiv and Izyum, where fierce Ukrainian fighters were stationed in a bid to exact revenge on the now infamous brigade.

Footage now claims to show destroyed T-80 main battle tanks, Kamaz trucks and BTR-80 armored personnel carriers with corpses lying next to the vehicles after Donbass drone attacks.

Most of the unit’s soldiers protested their redeployment so soon after their campaign in Kyiv, according to Ukrainian news site Hromadske.

They were made to fight the Ukrainian 93rd Brigade protecting Kharkiv, which has a fearsome reputation, similar to the neo-Nazi Azov regiment from Mariupol.

Ukraine believes defeating the 64th Brigade would be another huge symbolic victory after successful strikes inside Russia and the sinking of the flagship Moskva.

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Private Vasily Knyazev (left), 24, comes from a poor family in Yoshkar-Ola, western Russia. He joined the army straight from school and posted photos on Facebook of where the 64th Motorized Brigade was stationed after invading Ukraine. Right: Private Albert Radnaev, 24, joined the army straight after school. His father is also said to be a soldier in the Russian army, although it is not known if he went to fight in Ukraine.

The brigade is believed to have been aided by Wagner’s feared mercenaries in their savage attacks on the people of Bucha.

The shadowy military society, which has been linked to a string of murders, rapes and war crimes around the world, is known as Putin’s private army. He does his dirty work remotely from the state.

Russia said pictures and images of hundreds of corpses strewn across Bucha were fake.

The pro-Putin newspaper Red Star reported: “During the capture of the designated border, the enemy numbering up to one battalion was defeated and more than 40 pieces of equipment destroyed.

“The Nationalist unit lost all combat capability and was no longer involved in combat operations.

“In three weeks, under the leadership of Colonel Omurbekov, brigade units on the occupied line repelled more than 50 enemy attacks with the help of tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and heavy artillery. “

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

Junior Sergeant Vyacheslav Lavrentyev (left), 29, was a firefighter in Transbaikal, eastern Russia, before enlisting to fight in Ukraine. He posted on Facebook: “Live one life – save thousands.” Right: Corporal Semyon Maltsev, 26, is a dancer. It also comes from the Far Eastern region of Russia. In February, he stopped touring with his dance company and signed up to fight in Ukraine.

Ukrainian officials say the bodies of more than 1,000 civilians have been recovered from around kyiv and they are working with French investigators to document alleged war crimes.

Forensic tests carried out on corpses of civilians thrown into mass graves show that women were raped before being brutally killed, we learned on Monday.

Dozens of autopsies were performed on the mutilated corpses of Bucha, Irpin and Borodianka, many showing signs of torture and multiple bullet holes in their backs.

A coroner north of kyiv said it was difficult to find signs of rape and sexual abuse because the bodies “are in such poor condition”.

A United Nations mission in Bucha documented the “unlawful killing, including summary execution, of approximately 50 civilians”, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said.

In the same town, 25 women between the ages of 14 and 25 were locked in a basement and systematically raped, with nine of them becoming pregnant in a case now registered by Human Rights Commissioner Lyudmila Denisova.

Despicable Ten: Ukraine Reveals Faces of Russians Accused of Being ‘Bucha Butchers’

One of the many piles of body bags in Bucha is tagged and the bodies buried, April 8

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