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The torture chamber of Russia

Torture has become part of everyday life in Russia.

[torture] Any schoolboy in "free Russia" knows what is meant by a "baby elephant", a "talk to Putin", a "gas mask" or a "stool" (well-known names for the most common methods of torture). The torture takes place wherever the public does not have access. Military superiors do it for fun. The police do it for the detainee to behave nicely. Investigators are conducting interrogations so that the suspect can make an open confession. Prison officers do it to maintain. . .

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