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Between his first murder in and his capture in , young women and girls mostly between ages eight and 18 disappeared regularly in eastern Ukraine. At the time of the earliest disappearances, the area was still part of the Soviet Union.
And as with so many things that happened in the Soviet Union, not much information made it to the outside world.
Even the police themselves had little information to go on. Girls and young women would disappear and their bodies would later turn up with signs of sexual assault.
Men who lived nearby would then be arrested and charged with the crime based on whatever scant evidence the cops could find.
In turn, these innocent men would have their own lives destroyed. One man reportedly hanged himself in detention after police charged him in the murder of his own daughter.
Another was eventually released from jail only to be saddled with a reputation as a murderer. He ended up homeless and destitute.
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Taran also blames the policies of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. Yanukovych's government has neglected [its] social obligations, he said.
The divide between rich and poor in Ukraine is one of Europe's largest. Researchers hope to eventually have a web page for each identified victim, complete with their life story and picture.
Content distributed by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency news service. News News Bay Area U. News World Nearly 80 years after the Babyn Yar massacre, Ukrainian researchers lift victims out of anonymity.
Stray dogs roam the Babyn Yar monument on March 14, in Kyiv, where Nazis and local collaborators murdered 30, Jews in His battered body was found four days later, with signs of a savage attack visible even after four days in the summer heat.
As she was passing through a wooded area, two men approached her and knocked her down. They then bludgeoned her to death with a hammer or pipe and drove off on her scooter.
Local witnesses gave chase but lost sight of the attackers. Twelve more murders followed, often with multiple bodies found on the same day.
In addition to the earlier sprees, two victims were found each day from 14 July to Victims were seemingly selected at random.
Many were vulnerable to attack, including children, the elderly, vagrants, or people under the influence of alcohol. Most victims were killed using blunt objects, including hammers and steel construction bars.
Blows were often directed at their faces, leaving them unrecognizable. Many victims were also mutilated and tortured; some victims had their eyes gouged out while they were still alive.
One pregnant woman had her fetus cut from her womb. No sexual assaults on any victim were reported. Some victims were also robbed of their mobile phones and other valuables, their possessions pawned to second-hand shops in the area.
However, most victims had their belongings left intact. The murders covered a large geographical area. Aside from Dnipropetrovsk, many occurred in outlying areas of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.
No official link between the murders was made until the 7 July attack on two boys in Pidhorodne. Vadim Lyakhov, the survivor, was initially placed under arrest, suspected of murdering his friend.
Lyakhov cooperated with the investigators to create sketches of the attackers. A task force was quickly set up from Kyiv , headed by lead criminal investigator Vasily Paskalov.
No official information about the murders was released, and local people were not warned about possible attacks or provided with descriptions of the suspects.
Suprunyuk attempted to sell a mobile phone stolen from a victim in a local pawn shop, asking for hryvnia around 30 USD in Law enforcement agents tracked the phone's location once the shop's owner turned it on to check its functionality.
The items were recovered, but all information on the phones was lost. The three suspects had attended school together,  and by age 14 found some common ground.
Suprunyuk sought advice on getting rid of their fears, which led the boys to stand on a balcony of their 14th floor apartment for hours, hanging over the railing.
This reportedly had a positive effect on their fear of heights. He had a blood phobia , and even refused to bathe his kitten, afraid he might scald it.
Suprunyuk suggested tackling the fears by torturing stray dogs. The boys captured dogs in a wooded area near their house, hanged them from trees, disemboweled them, and took pictures next to the corpses.
Some photos show the boys drawing swastikas and other symbols with animal blood, and giving the Nazi salute. Suprunyuk was born on April 20, the same day as Hitler, and referred to this fact.
It takes place in their garage. The suspects fashioned a cross from wooden boards and nailed the kitten to it, then shot at it with pistols, placing foam and glue in its mouth to muffle the kitten's noises.
When the boys were 17, Suprunyuk beat up a local boy and stole his bike, which he then sold to Sayenko. Both were arrested, but did not go to jail due to their age.
At his arrest he had been unemployed for some time. The car was reportedly a birthday gift from his parents. Some months before the murder spree, Suprunyuk — with the help of Sayenko and Hanzha — began picking up passengers and robbing them.
According to the suspects' confessions, some murder victims were picked up as passengers in the cab. Local media reported the suspects had wealthy influential parents with ties to local law enforcement.
Vladimir Suprunyuk, Suprunyuk's father, in his interview to Segodnya stated that he had been employed at Yuzhmash as a test pilot, often flying with Leonid Kuchma , the future president of Ukraine, and continuing to serve as his personal pilot on domestic flights after Kuchma's rise to power.
However, Sayenko was represented in court by his father, Igor Sayenko, a lawyer. The three men were charged with involvement in 29 separate incidents, including 21 murders and eight more attacks where victims survived.