Putin’s Russian Brutes Rape Boy, Baby in Ukraine War Horror

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(Social media photo shows Alexei Bychkov, 24-year-old child rapist who raped a Ukrainian baby, and serves in an elite military unit No. 64044 based in Russia's Pskov,)

Russian marauders, sent by their bloodthirsty tyrant Vladimir Putin to conquer Ukraine, are now clearly using rape as a weapon of war.

Some of the most horrifying cases involve the rape of a Ukrainian baby by a 24-year-old Russian and the rape of an 11-year-old boy by Russian troops who tied up his mother to a chair to force her to watch.


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This is Just ‘the Tip of the Iceberg’

More and more cases of extremely brutal rapes by Russian monsters are emerging, exposing the unspeakable nauseating barbarity of Putin’s sick hordes.

Some of the most shocking cases of rape by Russian beasts have been announced in a tweet by Lyudmila Denisova, Ukraine’s Parliamentary Commissioner for Human Rights.

Others have been made known by Ukrainian NGOs specializing in support for rape victims, who say that their hotlines keep receiving new calls.

Each case of rape of Ukrainian civilians is more terrifying and outrageous than the other, with Human Rights Commissioner Denisova revealing an 11-year-old boy was brutally raped by Russian soldiers who tied his mother down to a chair so she would be forced to watch the monstrous crime.

In another sickening case of rape, also in Bucha, revealed by Denisova, a 14-year-old girl was gang-raped by five Russian monsters and has gotten pregnant as a result.

In Bucha itself, many of the corpses showed traces of torture and rape, including the body of a three-year-old girl with torn-up genitalia.


Another outrageous crime of the same type shared by Denisova is the rape of a 20-year-old woman simultaneously by three Russian soldiers. That occurred in Irpin, another northwestern suburb of Kyiv, which was captured by Putin’s savages.

La Strada Ukraine, a rights group, told the UN it has been informed by victims of nine different cases of rape by Russian soldiers, involving a total of 12 victims, both adult women, and underage girls.

The NGO’s president, Kateryna Cherepakha, told the UN that is only “the tip of the iceberg”, and Russians are raping many women and children in Ukraine as a “weapon of war”.

Last week, Denisova, the Human Rights Commissioner of the Ukrainian parliament, estimated the Russians have abducted some 120,000 Ukrainian children; of those, some have been raped and others have been taken to Russia.

On Monday, she also revealed a total of 25 Ukrainian women and girls, aged between 14 and 25, were held in a basement as sex slaves and raped “systematically” by the Russian savages.

Nine of the 25 victims have become pregnant. Russian beasts told them they would keep raping them so the victims would never want to have sex again and thus never give birth to Ukrainian children.

(Social media photo shows Tetiana Zadorozhniak from Ukraine’s Makariv, pictured here with her godchildren, was raped by a Russian soldier who then slit her throat and left her corpse to rot)

Baby Rape Filmed and Shared

In another case out of Makariv, a Russian soldier abducted a woman named Tetiana Zadorozhniak from her home, took her to a neighbor’s house, and slit her throat.

Also last week, the chief of the military administration in Ukraine’s region of Zaporizhzhia, Oleksandr Vilkul, revealed a 16-year-old pregnant girl and a 78-year-old grandmother were both gang-raped by Putin’s brutes in the same village.

Perhaps the most horrifying case of rape in Ukraine by a Russian military member has been the rape of a Ukrainian baby by 24-year-old Russian soldier Alexei Bychkov.


Bychkov filmed the appalling crime and sent the footage to a friend; he is also known to have shared other videos of himself abusing children.

Reports say he was arrested by the Russian authorities on Saturday. Apparently, the video of his latest rape of a Ukrainian child was circulated on Twitter for a while to expose the Russian atrocities in Ukraine.

Twitter users who saw it have warned others not to view it because it is very hard to “unsee” afterward.

In her posts, Ukrainian civil rights official Denisova vowed those responsible for the atrocious rapes will not escape justice.