Russian Occupation of Nuclear Plant Turns Brutal, With Accusations of Torture and Beatings

ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine—Headed and handcuffed, Ihor Murashov, general manager of Europe’s largest nuclear plant, lies on the stone floor of a basement prison, accused by masked men of betraying Russia. . He could hear his captors interrogating his driver.

Mr. Murashov, 46, who had led the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant for seven months, was ordered by gun-wielding guards to face the lens of a video camera. “What you say now will determine your fate,” he recalls one person telling him.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-occupation-of-nuclear-plant-turns-brutal-with-accusations-of-torture-and-beatings-11668786893 Russian Occupation of Nuclear Plant Turns Brutal, With Accusations of Torture and Beatings

Edmund DeMarche

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