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Two MORE mystery terrorists ‘carried out Moscow atrocity and were killed in melee… but Putin is keeping them secret’

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VLADIMIR Putin could be “hiding” two other mystery terrorists who carried out the horror Moscow massacre.

Russian authorities reportedly have hidden details of two alleged gunmen who were killed during and after the shooting at Crocus City Hall.

Vladimir Putin could be secretly keeping two other mystery Moscow attack terrorists

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Vladimir Putin could be secretly keeping two other mystery Moscow attack terrorists
The four terror suspects appeared bloody and beaten in court (Clockwise from top L) Saidakrami Murodalii Rachabalizoda, Dalerdjon Barotovich Mirzoyev, Muhammadsobir Fayzov and Shamsidin Fariduni

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The four terror suspects appeared bloody and beaten in court (Clockwise from top L) Saidakrami Murodalii Rachabalizoda, Dalerdjon Barotovich Mirzoyev, Muhammadsobir Fayzov and Shamsidin FariduniCredit: AFP
ISIS-K gunmen storming the Crocus City Hall on the outskirts of Moscow

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ISIS-K gunmen storming the Crocus City Hall on the outskirts of Moscow
The terrorists were captured on video shooting up Crocus City Hall last Friday

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The terrorists were captured on video shooting up Crocus City Hall last Friday

The allegedly withheld information could now raise questions on why Putin would be hiding aspects of the investigation, and how it could potentially point to it being an inside job.

The BBC Russian Service said one terrorist died during the siege, matching unofficial reports that a gunman had been overpowered by an unknown man in the hall amid the shooting.

The BBC added that another participant was killed in Bryansk region after the gunmen fled in a white Renault car out of Moscow. 

“Two participants in the attack on Crocus City Hall were killed,” said the BBC report.

Neither has been mentioned by Vladimir Putin, nor in other official statements on the terror attack by Russian authorities.

A total of four ISIS terrorists were detained in Bryansk and returned to the Russian capital.

The BBC Russian Service said it has passport details of a 30-year-old Tajik man who died in Bryansk region, where one of the tortured detainees had his ear cut off and then force-fed back to him.

It is understood the dead Tajik man had lived in Podolsk, near Moscow, but violated his right to remain in Russia.

Details on his death in Bryansk are unknown.

It comes as a survivor of the ISIS terror attack claimed to have “fought for my life twice” after shooting one of the assailants in the face with their own machine gun.

Russia parades 3 more terror suspects from ISIS cell behind Moscow massacre as they ‘planned to help gunmen escape’

Torture in Russian prisons

There have been numerous allegations and criticisms against Putin’s administration regarding torture in Russian prisons. These include:

Use of Torture Tactics: Reports have suggested the use of torture tactics such as beatings, electric shocks, suffocation, and psychological abuse against prisoners.

Denial of Due Process: Critics argue that prisoners are often denied basic legal rights and due process, leading to an environment where torture can occur with impunity.

Lack of Accountability: There is criticism over the lack of accountability for those responsible for torture, with accusations that authorities often turn a blind eye to such abuses.

Violation of Human Rights: Torture is a clear violation of human rights, and the Russian government has faced condemnation from international human rights organisations for failing to prevent and address these abuses.

Political Motivations: Some critics argue that torture is used as a tool to suppress dissent and intimidate political opponents, leading to a climate of fear and repression.

Masked officers aggressively pulled a suspect through corridors of Russia's Investigative Committee

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Masked officers aggressively pulled a suspect through corridors of Russia’s Investigative Committee

A man under the alias of Mikhail told Russian news site Moskovskij Komsomolets that he was with his wife during the shooting and were trying to go somewhere safe.

He said: “[However], when he [terrorist] caught up with me, I looked at my wife, saw wild horror in her eyes and realised that I had to do something.

“I pushed my wife away, walked around him, grabbed the machine gun with my left hand and pulled it down, and with my right hand began to strike [shoot] him in the face.”

Mikhail added that he then hurried outside to see his wife, who was waiting for him.

He said to have no clue if the terrorists survived being shot in the face, but Alexander Bastrykin, Chairman of the Investigative Committee, has recommended him for an award.

There has now been widespread speculation about Friday’s Moscow hit being an inside job.

Poor gun handling, a thirst to blame Ukraine, and lack of Russian police units are just some elements putting a target on Vladimir Putin.

AN INSIDE JOB

Despite ISIS claiming responsibility for the terrorist attack at the Crocus City Hall on Friday night that left 139 dead, experts are sceptical about the true masterminds behind the hit.

Horrifying footage showed four gunmen storming into the building before unleashing hell at the crowd in Russia’s deadliest terrorist attack in 20 years.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bloodbath that saw children among the dead twice but a raging Vladimir Putin was quick to place blame on Ukraine and vowed revenge.

However, Russia experts and a Wagner defector who told the ICC that the Kremlin had ordered “atrocities” in Ukraine have noted several bizarre occurrences on the night of the terror attack.

Former GRU Colonel Igor Salikov says that police units supposedly disappeared around the time of the attack, while Vlad’s elite forces stationed nearby also failed to show.

He claims it all points to a “botched inside job” by the FSB or a poorly executed response by Russian emergency services.

Another key detail is the amateur way the four gunmen handled their Kalashnikov machine guns despite ISIS fighters undergoing weapons training.

The venue was also hit by a massive blaze that destroyed part of the building – with Salikov noting it couldn’t have been anything else but Spetsnaz white phosphorus grenades.

Vlad’s elite special forces are believed to have used white phosphorus while carrying out attacks in Ukraine.

He then points out that the psychological profile of the gunmen is inconsistent with ISIS fighters – who would proudly die for their deeds rather than being arrested and tortured.

Brit Colonel Hamish de Bretton-Gordon also told The Sun that the attack had all “the hallmarks of Russian false flag attacks”.

He pointed out that Russia’s security is “absolutely watertight” and it appears “almost too perfect for four people to wander in there and kill 137 people.”

Meanwhile, experts also claim that Vladimir Putin sent a “brazen” warning by parading the Moscow terror suspects after subjecting them to grotesque torture.

HELL TO PAY

By showing off his ruthless torture tactics, the ageing despot wants to highlight that Russia is “different from the West” and a cruel punishment awaits those who cross him.

Four gunmen were arrested on Saturday after they were accused of carrying out Russia’s deadliest terrorist attack in 20 years.

Three more suspected accomplices were arrested and paraded on Tuesday – accused of aiding and abetting terrorism.

A brutal splinter cell of ISIS claimed responsibility for the deadly ambush at Crocus City Hall on Friday night which left 139 dead and almost 200 injured.

Russia’s security soon launched a manhunt to catch the attackers and arrested them after a car chase – with a dramatic video showing the moment they were dragged to court.

Gruesome footage shows the terror suspects being physically tortured with one horrifying photo of a man receiving electric shocks to his genitals as he foams at the mouth.

In another grim picture, a man had his ear cut off which was then force-fed back to him.

A BRAZEN MESSAGE

Dr Stephen Hall, lecturer in Russian and post-Soviet politics at the University of Bath explains that Putin’s torture techniques aim “to highlight what people should expect if they are arrested for terror in Russia”.

He told The Sun the barbaric approach is nothing new in Russia but that they were brandished with “brazenness” in court yesterday as the suspects appeared in glass cages badly beaten and bruised.

“It’s absolutely not something that’s new to Russia, I mean, the Soviet Union was doing this beforehand, and other countries in fairness, torture, their suspects as well,” he said.

“It’s just the brazenness by which these people were shown, walk it going into the Basmanny district court in Moscow and the fact that they [had] so clearly been tortured.”

Dilovar Islomov, one of the suspected accomplices

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Dilovar Islomov, one of the suspected accomplicesCredit: Basmanny District Court
Police and emergency services at the scene of Friday's attack

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Police and emergency services at the scene of Friday’s attack

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