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Russian police officers accused of ‘torturing’ by ‘burning the man’s buttocks with an iron’

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Russian police officers are accused of ‘torturing’ suspected thief by ‘burning the man’s buttocks with an iron’

  • Three Russian officers could face up to 10 years for torturing the detained man 
  • The suspected thief, 31, referred to only as Ivanov fears for life after accusations
  • Criminal investigator said three men had burned man’s buttocks with an iron 
  • Interior Ministry spokesman said if found guilty they will be fired from service 
  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT  

Three Russian police officers have been accused of scalding the naked buttocks of a suspected thief with an iron to extract a confession.

The officers could face up to ten years in jail for ‘torturing’ a 31-year-old suspected thief. 

Criminal investigator Vitaly Alyabyev said that the three had been caught ‘burning the man’s buttocks with an iron’.

Shocking pictures show horrific burns and blisters on the detained man’s scalded buttocks, that have since been covered using dungarees made from bandage. 

The blisters on the buttocks of the alleged victim who was referred to as Ivanov in court in Saratov, south west Russia

The horrific scars were caused by burning with an iron, according to Criminal investigator Vitaly Alyabyev

The blisters on the buttocks of the alleged victim who was referred to as Ivanov in court in Saratov, south west Russia. The horrific scars were caused by burning with an iron, according to Criminal investigator Vitaly Alyabyev

Detained officer Alexey Stulin appearing in court at Saratov, south west Russia. Stulin claimed in court that he was not at the scene of the alleged torture but 'in another office'

Detained officer Alexey Stulin appearing in court at Saratov, south west Russia. Stulin claimed in court that he was not at the scene of the alleged torture but ‘in another office’

Sergeant Roman Bozrekov has a five-year-old daughter and appeared in court and was seen on video footage being led into the courtroom by officers

Sergeant Roman Bozrekov has a five-year-old daughter and appeared in court and was seen on video footage being led into the courtroom by officers 

The alleged victim wearing dungarees made out of bandage material showing the weeping blisters underneath

The alleged victim wearing dungarees made out of bandage material showing the weeping blisters underneath 

The alleged victim was referred to only as Ivanov and asked not to be fully named because he ‘fears for his life’ after his accusation against the policemen. 

The alleged ‘torturers’ were named as Roman Krasnyuk, 27, along with Alexey Stulin and Roman Bozrekov whose ages were not given.

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Sergeant Roman Bozrekov has a five-year-old daughter and father-of-two Stulin has an award for excellent police service.  

Footage shows Sergeant Roman Bozrekov taken in court in handcuffs by officers in Saratov, south west Russia.

Stulin claimed in court that he was not at the scene of the alleged torture but ‘in another office’.

An Interior Ministry spokesman said that if the police officers are found guilty they will be fired from the service.

Their superiors will also face ‘strict disciplinary measures’ in the event of a conviction.

Roman Krasnyuk, 27, appearing at court. An Interior Ministry spokesman said that if the police officers are found guilty they will be fired from the service

Roman Krasnyuk, 27, appearing at court. An Interior Ministry spokesman said that if the police officers are found guilty they will be fired from the service

Judge Alexander Yermolaev at the court in Saratov, south west Russia. In the event of the men being convicted, their superiors will also face 'strict disciplinary measures'

Judge Alexander Yermolaev at the court in Saratov, south west Russia. In the event of the men being convicted, their superiors will also face ‘strict disciplinary measures’ 

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