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Another Russian torture chamber has been uncovered in Ukraine, in which Vladimir Putin's men are accused of burying people alive.
Among the horrifying discoveries in the village of Pisky-Radkivski, Kharkiv, were a dildo and a box full of gold dentures.
Serhii Bolvinov, head investigator of the Kharkiv Police, shared images of what they found on Twitter yesterday (Tuesday, October 4).
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He wrote: "Neighbours constantly heard screams from there. Investigators found a terrible torture chamber in the village.
"The police are well aware of the torture of being buried alive and the use of a gas mask with a smoldering rag. A dildo and a box with torn dentures were also found in the torture chamber."
Ukraine's Ministry of Defence described it as "a mini Auschwitz" and asked: "How many more will be found in occupied Ukraine?"
According to the National Police of Ukraine, when the Russian invaders settled in Pisky-Radkivski "they drove the locals out of their homes and settled there themselves".
The police wrote on Telegram that locals were "kept in inhumane conditions… intimidated, beaten and abused".
They also accused Russian forces of looting the homes in Pisky-Radkivski.
Although the grisly details of what happened in the recently-discovered site are yet to come to light, a victim of another Russian torture chamber in the village of Kozacha Lopan, Kharkiv, has spoken out about the harrowing ordeal.
Vitaly Oliia, 40, told The Kyiv Independent he was beaten and taken to the makeshift torture chamber in the village's train station.
“As I was tied up, they pulled down my pants and underwear,” he said. "I felt them pegging something to my penis.”
A wire was then wrapped around his right thigh and he was electrocuted for around an hour.
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“It was indescribable,” he said, “every inch of me was in agony.”
After around 30 minutes Vitaly said his skin started to give off smoke.
“By the time they were finished, the skin on my leg where the wire ran was crisp to the touch, like roast pork,” he said.
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