Russians forced a captured Brit to send a goodbye message to his daughter in a mock execution stunt. Combat medic John Harding has been recounting the hell endured after being captured fighting for Ukraine following his release on Wednesday. John, from Sunderland, said that as well as savage beatings, his captors played warped psychological games with him. READ MORE: ‘Rattled’ Putin’s nuclear war-mongering is ‘blunt admission of failure’ The 59-year-old was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Azov Regiment when he fell into Russian hands, but has now returned home after a surprise deal negotiated between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Russian president Vladimir Putin . The dad-of-two told the Daily Mail, at one point he was ordered to record a message because he was due to be executed by firing squad. He said he was held in a total of three jails, including one he dubbed "The Dark Side", in Russian-held Donetsk, where he was repeatedly battered by guards from the region's police force. In the worst beating, a group of guards cackled as they strapped a carrier bag over his head, cuffed his hands behind his back and unleashed a 30-minute pummelling. They punched, kicked… Read full this story
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