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Captured Russian Terrorists Reportedly Receiving The Worst Punishment Imaginable…

WARNING: this article is very graphic.

What would be some really terrible punishments?

What kinds of torture would be really bad?

Having your fingernails pulled off with pliars?

Snipping off a toe?

Well, how about car battery wired up to the balls and then cranked to level 11?

That’s what some reports claim is happening to one or more of the terrorists captured in Russia.

See this Tweet for example:

And if that doesn’t load (which it has been having trouble), here is a screenshot:

And here:

Too much?

I don’t think any of us can answer that.

Here’s what I Tweeted in response:

My guess is they likely think it’s not enough!

The New York Post had more details:

Harrowing footage appears to show Russian forces torturing suspects in the Moscow concert hall terror attack — with one fed his own ear and another writhing in agony from electric shocks to his genitals – as senators warn ISIS-K could target Americans.

Footage circulated online appears to show members of the security forces cutting off the ear of one of the suspects in the attack that killed more than 130 people — and then stuffing it in his mouth, according to the Guardian.

One of the suspects was later seen in court with a huge bandage covering his ear area.

A man suspected of taking part in the attack of a concert hall that killed 137 people, the deadliest attack in Europe to have been claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group, sits inside the defendant cage as he waits for his pre-trial detention hearing at the Basmanny District Court in Moscow on March 25, 2024.

Another appears to show security forces beating suspects with rifle butts and kicking one as he lay in the snow.

The Israeli Defense Forces discovered a slew of weapons hidden inside the al Shifa Hospital’s MRI center, where they engaged in a shootout with Hamas gunmen, military officials said.

Photographs posted on Telegram also appeared to show one of the suspected terrorists with his pants down and a wire attached to his groin, Ukrainska Pravda reports.

The wire delivered 80 volts of electricity to the man’s genital area as water was poured on the suspect’s head to intensify the effects, according to a description provided by the Grey Zone Telegram Channel.

Some of the suspects were later seen in a Russian court Sunday showing clear signs of injury, including swollen faces and cuts and bruises.

One suspect, Mukhammadsobir Faizov, 19, was even brought into the courthouse in a wheelchair and seemed barely conscious throughout the entire proceeding.

He was attended by medics in court, and was wearing a hospital gown and pants, and was seen with multiple cuts.

Another suspect, Saidakrami Rachabalizoda, 30, was seen with a bandage around his ear, while a third entered the courthouse with a blindfold — and when authorities took off the blindfold, a black eye was clearly visible.

A court statement said Rachabalizoda and another suspect, Dalerdzhon Mirzoyev, 32, pleaded guilty to participating in the terrorist attack.

Rachabalizoda, Mirzoyev, Faizov and Shamsidin Fariduni, 25, were arrested in connection with the terrorist attack on Saturday and were charged with committing a group terrorist attack resulting in the deaths of others, according to the Guardian.

They were caught in the southern Bryansk region, where authorities said they disabled their vehicle and then apprehended the suspects as they fled into a nearby forest.

Seven others were also detained on suspicion of involvement in the attack, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced over the weekend.

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Russian Terrorists Caught, Interrogated — Here’s What We Know So Far [Video]

Several videos are circulating on Twitter of the captured terrorists in Russia.

There is still a lot we don’t know and some conflicting reports, but I want to show you what we have so far.

Many are claiming one of the terrorists is a “former” Ukrainian soldier:

Others say that is not accurate:

Either way, do these people look more like ISIS to you or more like Ukrainians?

Or something else?

More here:

More here — you think this guy is pissing his pants?

It ain’t gonna end well for him in Russia, I know that much:

One more here:

Here’s a good summary of what we know so far, from Grok:

Yesterday, on March 22, 2024, a horrific terrorist attack took place at the Crocus City Hall concert venue in Moscow, Russia. According to the Russian Investigative Committee, the death toll has increased to 133, with many others injured. The attackers used automatic weapons and flammable liquid to set fire to the premises, causing a major blaze.
Four suspects were later apprehended in the Bryansk region near the border with Ukraine. Russian state media TASS reported that the suspects were taken to Moscow and are now in the custody of the Investigative Committee. One of the men confessed that they had been promised a sum of 500,000 rubles (approximately $5,000) by an unnamed person claiming to be an assistant to a preacher.
The suspects, who lived together in a hostel in the north of Moscow, had met only 10-12 days prior to the attack. Russian authorities have not provided any further details about the suspects’ identities or affiliations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the perpetrators had “tried to hide and moved towards Ukraine, where, according to preliminary data, a window was prepared for them on the Ukrainian side to cross the border.” However, this claim has not been independently verified or confirmed by other sources.
The incident has drawn condemnation from numerous international leaders, including those from Israel, the United Kingdom, and Germany. The Russian Football Union has postponed all matches in its competitions for the weekend as a response to the attack.
In 2002, Moscow was the site of a similar hostage crisis at the Dubrovka theater, where Chechen gunmen took 800 theatergoers hostage. The crisis ended with a security forces raid that resulted in the deaths of 172 people.

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Russia have detained the terrorists.

They are singing like canaries. They claim they were recruited on Telegram to commit the attack in exchange for money.

Putin himself claims that Ukraine tried to assist the terrorists into Ukraine after the attack.

It’s clear some organized entity used patsies as proxy to carry out the attack. Textbook CIA behavior. Combined with Ukraine trying to assist the terrorist in their escape… the evidence would strongly suggest this attack was organized by Western Intelligence.

Whether that be Ukraine, CIA, MI6, Mossad, or some other Western entity, they all serve the same globalist masters, and share the same goal of defeating Russia by any means necessary.

Regardless of what the truth is, Putin is going to have a response. He claims Ukraine, and all those who assisted, will pay a heavy price.



Russia Reveals Names, Photos Of Moscow Terrorist Attack Suspects – Death Toll Surpasses 100 [MORE GRAPHIC FOOTAGE]

***This article contains GRAPHIC FOOTAGE.

In an update on the tragic terrorist attack that took place at a concert venue near Moscow yesterday, Russia has made several arrests of the suspected assailants.

So far, Russian police have made 11 total arrests in connection with the horrific attack.

Four names of suspects have been revealed.

They are: Nasridinov Makhmadrasul, Ismonov Rivozhidin, Safolzoda Shokhinjonn, and Nazarov Rustam.

All are from Tajikistan, and their photos have also been released:

The Islamic State has taken responsibility for the deadly terrorist attack.

But, according to Russia, these 4 attackers attempted to escape in a car to Ukraine…

Originally, 2 were captured, while 2 escaped.

Russian President Vladmir Putin says that now, all 4 have been detained.

Here’s some footage from the attempted escape and arrests:


Here’s another video of a suspect being captured in the forest near Bryansk:

And, another suspect being detained by Moscow police:

The death toll has risen over the last day to total 133 – up from the original 40 we reported on yesterday.

This includes 3 children, so far.

44 hospitalized victims remain in ‘serious’ condition, and 16 others are in ‘extremely serious’ condition.

If you want to see original footage from the terrorist attack, it’s all here [VERY GRAPHIC]:

HORRIFIC Terrorist Attack In Moscow Leaves 40 Dead, 100 Injured [WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC FOOTAGE]

The Daily Mail gave an update on the latest developments:

Russian law enforcement have reportedly made arrests for suspects in the Crocus concert hall massacre in Moscow.

They also revealed pictures and names of four suspects as the death toll rose to 115 people, including three children, and 115 people remained in hospital.

The condition of 44 survivors - including two children - is described as 'serious', while that of 16 other victims, including one child, is 'extremely serious'.

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, which was the deadliest in Russia in years and left the 6,000 capacity concert hall in Krasnogorsk, outside Moscow, in flames with a collapsing roof.

Eleven people have been detained following the horrific massacre, the head of Russia's Federal Security Service told President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, according to Russian state news agency Tass.

It comes after a white Renault with Tver region license plates with the alleged terrorists was stopped near the village of Teply, close to the borders with Belarus and Ukraine, according to Baza media.

According to preliminary data, there were six people in the car, and two were detained. Four more managed to escape.

Baza - with close law enforcement contacts - showed images of four suspects, all from ex-Soviet republic Tajikistan, which borders Afghanistan.

They were Makhmadrasul Nasridinov, 37, Rivozhidin Ismonov, 51, Shohinjonn Safolzoda, 21 and Rustam Nazarov, 29.

It is unclear which of these four have been detained.

Russian FSB security service officers were 'working with' the suspects who were detained. 'They are being checked for involvement in the terrorist attack,' reported Baza.

Telegram channel VChK-OGPU said earlier that one detainee from Tajikistan had named three others who he was with in a car.

'These are also natives of Tajikistan. They managed to hide in the forest.

'Now that it is light, an active search is underway for them. However, there is no confirmation yet that these people were the terrorists who attacked Crocus.'

Macabre footage emerged of piles of bodies outside the concert venue. Hundreds of investigators and rescuers were still combing the smouldering scene early today.

Fox News also reported:

The death toll in Friday’s terror attack on a concert in Moscow has soared to at least 133, Russia’s top state investigative agency said Saturday, with authorities saying they have apprehended 11 suspects, four of whom were reported to be directly involved in the onslaught.

President Vladimir Putin addressed the shocked nation in a televised broadcast on Saturday, slamming the massacre as "a bloody, barbaric terrorist act." He declared Sun., March 24, a day of mourning.

Putin said that additional security measures have been put in place throughout the country following the attack – the deadliest in over 20 years.

"All four direct perpetrators of the terrorist attack, all those who shot and killed people, were found and detained," Putin said. "They tried to hide and moved towards Ukraine, where, according to preliminary data, a window was prepared for them from the Ukrainian side to cross the state border."

What do you think?

Was it ISIS really responsible for the terrorist attack?

Or is something more foul at play?


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