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Alleged suspect in Crocus City Hall shooting forced to eat own ear by Russian law enforcement

Video footage from the SHOT Telegram channel of a man who allegedly had his ear cut off by Russian security forces on suspicion of shooting at Crocus City Hall
Video footage from the SHOT Telegram channel of a man who allegedly had his ear cut off by Russian security forces on suspicion of shooting at Crocus City Hall

Russian law enforcement officers have reportedly forced an alleged suspect of the Moscow mass shooting to eat his own ear, according to videos posted by Russian media channels on Telegram on March 23.

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In the video, the supposed suspect is lying on the floor with his hands tied, surrounded by security forces, his head is bloody, and part of his right ear is missing.

One of the officers in the video puts the severed ear in the man's mouth and demands the suspect eat it.

When the detainee spits out the ear, the officer punches him in the face.

Russian propagandist media outlet Mediazona notes that prior to the publication of the video, the Telegram channel Shot published a video of a similar-looking man wearing the same clothes being taken out of the Bryansk forest by security forces. The right side of the man's face is bloody, and his ears are not visible.

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Another recording published by SHOT shows the same man sitting with his head wrapped in a bandage.

"He is being interrogated by a man whose voice sounds like the security officer from the video of the ear being cut off," the publication reads.

Warning: The video contains profanity

"You have one ear left!" an officer shouts at the beginning of the recording.

Earlier it was reported that Russian security services had allegedly detained 11 suspects in the mass shooting, including all four attackers.

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