Russian soldier suspected of castrating Ukrainian captive admits being questioned by FSB over it

The Russian soldier suspected of ‘castrating a Ukrainian captive’ in a sickening video has been named after a detailed investigation by independent Russian journalists.

Respected independent Russian media The Insider named the alleged perpetrator as Ochur-Suge Mongush, born in 1993.

Although Mongush denied the accusation when confronted by The Insider, they claim he ‘gave himself away by getting confused in his own testimony.’

Sickening video of the war crime emerged on July 28 showing a soldier using a box-cutting knife to remove the victim’s genitals then holding them up to the camera. The victim is later shot in the head.

The footage was geo-located to having taken place in the Pryvillya Sanatorium in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine, which fell under Russian control in early July.

Mongush told investigators from British open source unit Bellingcat, who also tracked him down, that the FSB had detained him for two days while they studied the videos but concluded that they were…

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