Ukrainian Doctor Gives Order To Castrate Captured Russian Soldiers

A Ukrainian doctor who controls a war-zone mobile hospital in eastern Ukraine has told a Ukrainian TV channel that he has instructed his doctors to castrate any captured Russian soldiers.

Ukraine doctor to castrate Russian soldiers
Gennadiy Druzenko said on Ukraine-24 that his doctors had been instructed to castrate any Russian POWs

49-year-old Gennadiy Druzenko told Ukraine-24 about his alleged order whilst discussing injured Russian soldiers who have been captured in Ukraine, Druzenko said: "I have always been a great humanist and said that if a man is wounded, he is no longer an enemy but a patient.

"But now I gave very strict orders to castrate all captured Russian men; because they are cockroaches, not people."

Gennadiy Druzenko speaking on Ukraine-24 TV channel
Gennadiy Druzenko speaking on Ukraine-24 TV channel

Since 2014, more than 500 doctors, both male and female, have worked with Druzenko's mobile hospital.

Druzenko, who was originally a lawyer by profession, set up the First Voluntary Mobile Hospital which deploys civilian doctors and nurses in the conflict zone close to the separatist republics in eastern Ukraine.

He also exclaimed to famous Russian TV host Yevgeny Kiselyov on the Ukraine-24 channel: "Believe, all doctors who saved the patients - Russians will die here. Die in large numbers.

"Those who come here will remember their nightmare on Ukrainian soil. "Like the Germans remember Stalingrad."

The Russian Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case following the comments, meaning that if Gennadiy Druzenko is captured by Russian forces he will face trial under Russian law.

"The head of the Ukrainian Mobile Hospital project, Gennadiy Druzenko, called for violence against captured soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces live on a Ukrainian TV channel. He gave this instruction to the doctors of mobile hospitals." - Alexander Bastrykin

Alexander Bastrykin is the head of the committee and also a former university classmate of Vladimir Putin.

Alexander Bastrykin head of the committee and former classmate of Vladimir Putin
Alexander Bastrykin head of the committee and former classmate of Vladimir Putin

Bastrykin has initiated a criminal case over his castration orders which, he states "is contrary to the law and the norms of medical ethics."

Gennadiy Druzenko is set to be placed on Russia's international most-wanted list.

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