Ukraine activist ‘tortured’ into confessing he was U.S. spy

Ukrainian opposition activist Dmytro Bulatov arrives for a press conference in a hospital in Vilnius, Lithuania, Thursday , Feb. 6, 2014. Dmytro Bulatov says he was held prisoner by captors who repeatedly beat him, cut off part of his ear and accused him of spying for the United States. Bulatov, who arrived in the Lithuanian capital on Monday for treatment of his injuries, says he was abducted on Jan. 22 in central Kiev, Ukraine, by a group of men and taken to an unknown destination where he wa

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on February 07, 2014, on page 11.




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