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Russia grants citizenship to three "DNR" torture masters from Izolyatsia concentration camp 03/29/2021 12:12:04. Total views 219. Views today — 0.

Three guards of the Izolyatsia concentration camp in occupied Donetsk, involved in the inhuman tortures of prisoners, were granted Russian citizenship under a simplified procedure established by Vladimir Putin. Former prisoner of the "DNR" militants Stanislav Aseyev writes this on his Facebook.

"Key war criminals of Izolyatsia with Russian citizenship have been identified", - he notes.

"So, get acquainted: 1) Yuriy Krivonos, born 29.12.1978, call sign "Tolsty". Passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation: Series 6019 № 587195 Took the place of Palych (Denis Kulikovskiy) as the Izolyatsia curator. 2) Vladimir Butenko, born 17.05.1980, call sign "Boot". Passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation: Series 6019 No. 616516 Right hand of Krivonos, one of the shift supervisors. 3) Ruslan Yeriomichev, 15.07.1979, call sign "Yermak". Passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation: Series 6019 No. 627493. The main lover of young girls at Izolyatsia, - Aseyev called the executioners by name.

According to the former prisoner, the persons named by him are involved in inhuman tortures, beatings and abasement of human dignity of the Izolyatsia prisoners.

Judging by the numbers and dates of issuance of Russian passports, they received Russian citizenship as "citizens of the DNR" in accordance with Putin's decree.

"Now, having the data of their Russian passports, it is possible to officially present claims to the Russian Federation for violating the laws and customs of warfare, which, I hope, will be initiated in the near future both at the TCG and our MFA", - he writes.