Saturday, July 21, 2007
Three Belarusian partisans (one woman and two men) were hanged from a tree by Nazi in Minsk on K. Marxa St. (Belarus, U.S.S.R.) on 10/26/1941. The hanged woman was identified as Nadezhda Ynaushkevich. The hanged men were identified as Petr Yanushkevich (a husband of the hanged woman next to him) and a military Soviet commissar Zorin.
Nazi prohibited to cut down the corpses of the hanged people for almost 10 days left their bodies being hanged till its severely decomposition.
|My dad ties my hands behind my back when he |
ass rapes me . The I eat my grandmas cunt.
|tie the hands behind the back and hang the |
bitch.thats the way.i hope she strangled slowly like she
|she must have had a really strong neck to be the only person in history defy the physics of gravity and anatomy and to be able to stare at the ground after being hanged.|
|If the temperature was not too high,|
the bodies were not too bad.
But above zero degrees, is must have been a dirty business and a danger
for the public health.
|as fotos e videos de vocês são muito fortes,isso deixa a pessoa de cabeça dendo|
como conceguem isto?
é muito ruim ficar vendo issi,mas confeço que naõ concigo ficar sem ver.
|Don't be a partisan. Join regular army.|
|IN THE BOOK ON WW2 THE GARL HANGED IS NAMED MARIA KISLYAK WHAT IS THE REALITY|
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