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The terror suspects apprehended in the wake of the Moscow massacre are almost unrecognizable from the day of their arrest on Saturday as they appear in Moscow court for a detention hearing on Sunday night.

One has missing ear, which was reportedly cut and thrown into his mouth as he cried in anguish.

Another had his manhood jolted with 80V battery, leaving him foaming in the mouth in a near-death experience of pain.

Footage of Russian forces administering all manner of torture on the men who murdered over 140 civilians in a music concert in Moscow emerged on Sunday night.

One image shows a suspect named Shamsuddin Fariddun foaming on the mouth as he lies on a gym floor with his trousers pulled down and wires attached to his groin area. At the other end, they are attached to a military radio powered by an 80-volt battery.

A separate video shows another man, Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, having his ear severed and then thrown into his mouth before he spat it out.

A total of four men are currently in custody over the massacre that took place on Friday night as fun seekers gathered to watch a rock band.

All four appeared in court in the Russian capital and were paraded showing cuts and bruises as the authorities attempted to deliver a message to the shocked nation.

Photographs show suspect Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizod with a bandage strapped to his severed ear as he sits behind a glass wall at the Basmanny district court in Moscow. Any confessions made after such forms of torture can not be treated as reliable.

It appears that the barbaric treatment of these suspects is being deliberately leaked to the media, as the torture pictures were released to Telegram channels sympathetic to the security services.

A telegram channel linked to Wagner paramilitary force said the picture of Fariddun shows how ‘an ordinary interrogation takes place using a military field telephone TA-57, in common parlance ‘Tapik’.

“By turning the coil…discharges are released through the wires… up to 80 volts, which in turn are connected to the prisoner by the fingers, ears or genitals…

“For best effect, the captured militant should be poured with water”.


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