Inside Putin’s secret prison in eastern Ukraine, where “victims are electrocuted and sexually abused in a torture chamber.”

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The secret prison of VLADIMIR Putin in eastern Ukraine has been exposed, where victims are allegedly tortured with electric shocks and sexually assaulted in a torture chamber.

Ruslan Zakharov, 31, claims he was taken to the basement of Izolyatsia prison in Donetsk, a Russian-controlled city, after he was accused of espionage in 2019.


It is reported to be a secret prison located in a former nuclear bunker in eastern Ukraine.
Prisoners in Ukraine claim to have been tortured in such cells


Prisoners in Ukraine claim to have been tortured in such cellsCredit: Telegram / traktorist_dn
The inmates claim that they were electrocuted and taped to the tables.


Prisoners claim they were electrocuted and glued to tablesCredit: Telegram / traktorist_dn

He said Telegraph: “It shakes you so much: half of the body goes numb.

“You think they are going to kill you: you feel helpless. You think that you are alone, and no one will come to your aid. “

Isolation, which means isolation in Russian, was a factory before it was turned into a torture chamber in 2014.

The alleged victims alleged that inmates were left on hangers, beaten with water and forced to fight each other.

Men and women in prison have filed a lawsuit against Russia and Ukraine with the European Court of Human Rights.

Mr. Zakharov said that the abductors hit him with a live wire because they were “knocking the truth out of him.”

He added that he was sealed with duct tape and shocked on the table, and forced to stand in the cell with his face pressed against the wall and his arms extended above his head.

Zakharov and his mom had to pay over $ 12,000 before he was released at the end of October 2019.

At least 90 people said they were tortured in Izolyatsia, but Ukraine’s General Prosecutor’s Office said there were hundreds of undocumented victims.

A report by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said that nine of the nearly 40 detainees released in December 2019 said they had been sexually assaulted.


Raw cellars are used as secret prisons for those held captive by Russian-backed rebels and the mercenaries who fight alongside them.

More than 200 people, including civilians, are said to be held in a number of barbaric facilities in former nuclear bunkers in eastern Ukraine.

They are allegedly run by Kremlin-backed Ukrainian separatist forces in the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk People’s Republic.

The conflict, known as the War in Donbass, has raged since 2014 and has split the former Soviet state in half – 13,000 people died and about 1.1 million were forced to flee.

One vile dungeon is said to have been the playground for a brutal torturer known as “Maniac” who uses a surgical kit to maim his victims.

The identity of the maniac revealed Justice for the sake of peace in Donbass, an alliance of 17 Ukrainian human rights organizations, and local average

The Center for Civil Liberties (CCL), based in Kiev, told The Sun that there are currently 267 people, including 226 civilians, locked in these dungeons without charge.


Technically, Russia and Ukraine have been at war since 2014.

The conflict was sparked by the Ukrainian Revolution, an uprising that toppled the pro-Russian government of Viktor Yanukovych.

Vladimir Putin’s forces annexed Crimea from Ukraine, which was widely condemned by the West.

Then the conflict escalated when pro-Russian groups in eastern Ukraine raised weapons against the state.

Russia supported the separatist forces that formed the separatist republics in Donetsk and Luhansk.

Then Putin’s forces launched a military invasion of these regions, supporting the rebels.

Almost seven years have passed, and the war in Donbass has reached a dead end.

The United States and Europe accused Russia of blocking decisions in order to try to finally end the conflict.

“Russia must immediately end its aggression in eastern Ukraine and end its occupation of Crimea,” said American diplomat Rodney Hunter.

“We call on Russia to withdraw its troops from Ukraine, stop supporting its puppets and other armed groups, and fulfill all the obligations it has undertaken in accordance with the Minsk agreements.”

Photos show the interior of alleged Russian prisons in Ukraine


Photos show the interior of alleged Russian prisons in UkraineCredit: Telegram / traktorist_dn
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Vladimir Putin’s forces annexed Crimea from UkraineCredit: Getty
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