Following a confrontation with Mad Vlad’s forces in the seized Kherson region, pro-Russian police are accused of kidnapping and hanging a Ukrainian nurse in the street.
According to eyewitnesses, Tetyana Mudrenko and her husband Anatoliy, 60, were purportedly kidnapped from their front lawn in October and had their home looted by Russian accomplices.
According to the Financial Times, Natalia Chorna, 56, who is Tetyana’s twin sister, screamed “Skadovsk is Ukraine!” through the streets of the captured town and constantly reprimanded Russian collaborators.
Natalia cautioned her sister to keep quiet and ordered the caregiver for the disabled children to quit interacting with the Russian soldiers.
Tanya apparently confronted a squad of balaclava-clad Russian soldiers in the spring.
“She looked at the orc, right in his eyes and asked: ‘Why are you here? Will you shoot me?’,” Natalia said, referring to Russian troops by a derogatory term.
Weeks after Tanya’s courageous speech in public, in October, Natalia received a troubling call from an eyewitness who claimed that her sister had died after being publicly executed and dragged into the street.
stated Natalia: “She told me “Tanya” had been hanged. Before hanging her in front of the courthouse, they poured something into her mouth.”
The facts surrounding Tanya’s alleged kidnapping and death could not be independently corroborated, but the FT was able to analyse and confirm messages between Natalia and Tanya before her death.
After his release, Anatoliy, who had a broken arm and displayed indications of abuse, went to bury his wife. He vanished after that.
The nearby mortuary sent Tanya’s a death certificate and informed Natalia that her sister had perished from “mechanical asphyxiation.”
In a post on October 19, the Ukrainian charity Media Initiative for Human Rights (MIHR) provided confirmation of Mudrenko’s cause of death.
Shortly before Skadovsk was seized by Russia in April, Natalia moved to her birthplace of Ukrainian-controlled Dnipro while her sister remained.
“In occupied Skadovsk, you can’t have your own opinion,” Natalia said.
Residents of the recently freed Izyum have related how they witnessed Russian military torturing and burning victims in broad daylight during their five-month occupation.
During Russia’s occupation of Bucha in March, more than 400 people were tortured, executed, and discovered in a mass grave in the town.
One mother alleges that Russian soldiers raped and killed her daughter.
The 22-year-old “beautiful” Karina Yershova’s body was found ruthlessly placed in a garden in Bucha, which has been devastated by war crimes.
Her dismembered corpse was discovered with “tears” and “wounds,” and all but one of her nails had been pulled off.
Putin’s evil goons allegedly raped the 22-year-old, shot her in the back of the head, and dumped her body in a backyard.
Her mother Olena and stepfather Andrii Dereko have expressed their sorrow and fury over the tragic murder of their only child.
Her mother, who was holding back tears, said to Ukraine24: “The police reported she was severely tortured.
“My daughter yearned to live so much. Even herself was covered with tourniquets to halt the bleeding.