Traces of torture and missing body parts: Russia returned the body of British volunteer Paul Ury

15:48 08 September Kyiv, Ukraine

After a month and a half of negotiations, Russia returned the body of British volunteer Paul Ury to Ukraine, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets said.
 
According to him, the body was returned with numerous wounds and signs of torture.
“After more than 1.5 months of negotiations, the Russian Federation through proxy state formations - the so-called “DPR” returned the body of the tortured British volunteer Paul Ury. He is missing body parts, visible numerous cuts and signs of torture, ”wrote Lubinets.
The Lubinets saw photographs of the body, and they clearly show that the man was killed, and did not die "as a result of illness and stress," as the "DPR" authorities claimed.
“I can say that death was violent. The man just can't take the pain. I saw a photo of a dead body and whoever sees it has no doubts. The murder of volunteer Paul Ury by torture is a war crime that will be another piece of evidence at the tribunal of the Russian political and military leadership. Evidence during the trial against Putin,” Lubinets said.
The cause of Uri's death was "illness and stress," said DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova.
 
The final cause of Paul Ury's death will be established by a forensic examination.

Briton Paul Ury was detained on April 25 near Zaporozhye, he was heading to the war zone on a humanitarian mission. In the self-proclaimed "DNR", he was accused of mercenarism and taken into custody. Uri's mother said that he suffered from type 1 diabetes and needed insulin constantly. On July 10, representatives of the self-proclaimed DPR announced that Paul Ury died due to illness and "stress."