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Covering war crimes: Russian occupants demolish main torture room and filtration center in Mariupol. Photo

Occupants demolish main torture chamber and filtration center in Mariupol

Russian terrorists are dismantling the main torture chamber and filtration center in the temporarily occupied Mariupol. The invaders began demolishing the building where they committed crimes against Ukrainians on Metallurhiv Avenue.

Russian troops are repeating their tactics with dramatic theater: they are simply covering up the traces of their cynical war crimes. This was reported on Telegram by Petro Andriushchenko, an advisor to the mayor of Mariupol.

According to him, it is a part of the premises of the Central District Police Department. It was here that the main filtration point, where Russians subjected Ukrainians to brutal torture, was located.

At the same time, Andriushchenko noted that Russian invaders continued to torture Ukrainians in the temporarily occupied Mariupol. He noted that the FSB torture chamber operates in the Prymorskyi district near a park and a mosque.

Covering war crimes: Russian occupants demolish main torture room and filtration center in Mariupol. Photo
Covering war crimes: Russian occupants demolish main torture room and filtration center in Mariupol. Photo
Covering war crimes: Russian occupants demolish main torture room and filtration center in Mariupol. Photo

As a reminder, activists of the resistance movement blew up the car of a Russian officer in the Prymorskyi district of Mariupol. The occupant of one of the Caucasian units of the Russian occupation army was also injured in the explosion.

Earlier, it was reported that on December 14, explosions occurred in the temporarily occupied Mariupol. Powerful explosions near the concrete plant were heard throughout the city, and a fire broke out afterwards.

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