“Treated worse than a dog”
Aiden Aslin, a freed British prisoner, gave his first interview to The Sun and told about Russian captivity.
He said after being stabbed, he was asked if he wanted a quick or “beautiful death.” Also, the prisoners had to sing the Russian national anthem every morning.
“If you didn’t sing it, you would get punished for it. You would get beaten,” Aslin said.
Aiden Aslin is a British who fought against the Russian invasion within the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He was taken prisoner of war in the besieged Mariupol in April 2022. Aslin was sentenced to death by a Russian proxy court in Donetsk.
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