Part 1, Garden society “Mriya”
The Centre for Strategic Communications and Information Security begins publishing exclusive information and photos from the places of the most terrible crimes of the occupiers: an employee of the Centre visited Bucha, Hostomel, Irpin, etc. and saw the crimes of Russians with his own eyes.
Garden society “Mriya” is located near the village of Zdvyzhivka.
In the first days of the occupation, people who came to prepare for the spring season, were herded into a house, undressed, and fully examined. They were left in that very building. All the other buildings were looted. What could not be taken, was destroyed or defiled.
Iryna Marchenko, a midwife, a resident of Zdvyzhivka. She survived all this time in occupation and is a living witness to the crimes of the Russians. According to her, the “green corridors” of the Russians were lies.
“Green corridors” in the direction of Ukraine were not only always disrupted, but the enemy also shot those who attempted to leave. On the first day, the Russians deliberately destroyed our infrastructure: gas, electricity, retransmission stations,” Marchenko told our employee.
All this time, the invaders shot at any source of heat, peddled mobile phones, cars. The cars were shot along the road.
In one of them, our employee was able to see four unidentified bodies. It was probably a family. Moreover, the occupiers shot “goodbye” a whole family of five people in Zdvyzhivka.
Part 2, Imitation of the shooting in Havrylivka
The Centre for Strategic Communications and Information Security continues to publish exclusive information and photos from the sites of the most terrible crimes of the occupiers: an employee of the Centre visited Bucha, Hostomel, Irpin, etc. and saw the crimes of Russians with his own eyes.
This time we tell the terrible story of Anatolii Tymchuk (pictured above) and his family, which happened to them in Havrylivka.
Anatolii Tymchuk was returning home with his loved ones when the Russians started shooting at them. A miracle saved the man from the injuries, but they could not escape from the enemies and were captured. Anatolii says that the occupiers were drunk.
The Russians undressed everyone and put them at the wall. They decided to joke and imitated shooting (!).
Part 3, brutal murder of a police officer
We tell the horrible story of the former policeman Bychkovskyi, which happened in the garden society “Mriya,” near the Zdvyzhivka village.
The occupiers called the man an informant and accused him of plotting a “terrorist attack.” Russians first burned the former law enforcement officer’s car, which he was allegedly preparing to blow up, and then hanged him on a dog leash, staging a suicide.
The policeman’s wife was abducted and forcibly taken to Crimea. The woman was lucky to escape, now she is safe.
Russia will not escape punishment!
All photos used in this material are exclusive footage of the Center for Humanitarian Mission.