Torture in Ukraine – Harrowing testimony from journalist, Laurent Brayard

Courtesy Vanessa Beeley – Subscribe Star May 18, 2022

Stratpol (pro-Russian media) recently interviewed Laurent Brayard, a French journalist and pro-Donbass activist who has been collecting testimonies of Ukraine’s prison survivors: militiamen, spies or innocent passerby, the stories he collected shed a new light on the historical roots of the ongoing conflict, and the methods used by Ukrainians since 2014.

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Torture in Ukraine – Harrowing testimony from journalist, Laurent Brayard


2 Responses to “Torture in Ukraine – Harrowing testimony from journalist, Laurent Brayard”

  1. ian says:

    I only watched part of the video. It is really disturbing how people can do these things to others. If it was Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab etc, it might be justified, but not ordinary people. Someone tortured, will forever suffer not only physically but psychologically too. How often will they dream that they’re back there?.

    I remember in the Iraq criminal enterprise, where the US shot to pieces a car approaching them. A man his wife and daughter, and the husband’s brother. The two men were headless, apart from some yucky bits, and the mother was hit several times and was dead. The child, a girl possibly 9 or 10 years old was not hit but was covered in blood, drenched, and was in hysterics. A black American soldier was holding her hand and he was crying. The car was on fire belching acrid looking black smoke. Would the soldier ever be ok, the girl definitely wouldn’t. I’d image, that a kid screaming, loud bangs, or the smell of smoke would bring it all back like being hit by a baseball bat. No winners.