In the Kursk Region of Russia drug addicts caught a boy and tortured him with pliers for several hours. The villains passed themselves for police officials to force the boy to show where the nearest hemp field was.
The investigation states that on the day when the incident occurred the boy was riding a bicycle from his relatives living in a nearby village to his home. The schoolboy already reached his native village when two guys in an auto stopped him. They said they were police officials and demanded that the teenager must indicate where a nearby field of hemp was.
When the 14-year-old boy said he had no idea of such a field the adult guys, who as it turned out later lived in a nearby settlement, started beating the boy violently. Then they took out pliers and began to squeeze the victim’s fingers.
The guys searched the boy and took his mobile phone and money, about $50 that the boy was carrying from his relatives to the parents. The torture lasted for an hour after which the pseudo-policemen took the teenager to a nearby forest, bound him to a tree and again demanded to indicate where a hemp field was.
When the guys realized that the torture was in vain and the teenager knew nothing of the kind they set him free. But the drug addicts told that the boy must find out where the cherished hemp field could be located and let them know. The criminals said they would have another appointment with the boy in several days.
As soon as the boy was released he went to the police, and policemen set out in search of the criminals in an hour. Soon the villains were detained and taken to the police station.
Experts determined that both the suspects were intoxicated with drugs at the detention moment. The criminals confessed to the crime during an interrogation and repented of it.
Translated by Maria Gousseva
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