Russian army in WW2

Timestamp: 1411467127

Russian army in WW2

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A victim of notorious hit man Richard “Iceman” Kuklinski, who Kuklinski froze for over a year before dumping the body. Nicknamed “Iceman” because of his method of freezing bodies to throw off forensic scientists trying to determine the time of death, Kuklinski claimed to have murdered over 100 men. 

In a controversial jailhouse interview, Kuklinski described the various methods he used to execute his victims, from poison, to hand grenades, to leaving a tied-up victim in a rat-infested cave. 

After a 30-year career as a hit man, Kuklinski was arrested in 1986, convicted of multiple murders and sentenced to life in prison, where he remained until his 2006 death at the age of 70. 

Timestamp: 1411467091

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A victim of notorious hit man Richard “Iceman” Kuklinski, who Kuklinski froze for over a year before dumping the body. Nicknamed “Iceman” because of his method of freezing bodies to throw off forensic scientists trying to determine the time of death, Kuklinski claimed to have murdered over 100 men. 

In a controversial jailhouse interview, Kuklinski described the various methods he used to execute his victims, from poison, to hand grenades, to leaving a tied-up victim in a rat-infested cave. 

After a 30-year career as a hit man, Kuklinski was arrested in 1986, convicted of multiple murders and sentenced to life in prison, where he remained until his 2006 death at the age of 70. 

dichotomized:

Man in the electric chair at Ohio State Penitentiary, 1901 - Ohio, the second state to adopt electrocution, was proud of its humane choice of execution and issued souvenir cards of the procedure. In this image, a condemned man is strapped into the chair with the executioner standing at the switches, ready to pull the levers. With the passage of time and some mishaps, each execution technique was advanced, as minor flaws were corrected. Some very early executions had the hands of the condemned in a bucket of water. In its final form, the person is usually shaved and strapped to the chair with belts across his chest, groin, legs, head, and arms (some prisons place a strap over the mouth and nose and use a blindfold); a metal skullcap-shaped electrode is attached to the scalp and forehead over a sponge moistened with saline; and an additional electrode is moistened with conductive jelly and attached to a portion of the prisoner’s leg that has been shaved to reduce resistance to electricity. This creates a closed circuit. After the condemned is prepared, the warden may again read the death sentence, then he signals the executioner to pull a lever, sending a 15 to 30 second jolt between 1,000 and 2,000 volts into the condemned. The current surges and is then turned off, at which time the body relaxes and the doctors check to see if the inmate’s heart is still beating; intermittent jolts of electricity are given until the heart stops. The problem most viewers have found with electrocution isthe tremendous effect visual on the body: the prisoner is often fried in the process. At the end of the procedure, the body temperature can reach over 140 degrees. The audience reacts poorly to blistering skin and bursting, boiling blood vessels. United States Supreme Court Justice William Brennan offered the following description of an execution by the electric chair:

“… the prisoner’s eyeballs sometimes pop out and rest on [his] cheeks. The prisoner often defecates, urinates, and vomits blood and drool. The body turns bright red as its temperature rises, and the prisoner’s flesh swells and his skin stretches to the point of breaking. Sometimes the prisoner catches fire… Witnesses hear a loud and sustained sound like bacon frying, and the sickly sweet smell of burning flesh permeates the chamber.”

Timestamp: 1411467072

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Man in the electric chair at Ohio State Penitentiary, 1901 - Ohio, the second state to adopt electrocution, was proud of its humane choice of execution and issued souvenir cards of the procedure. In this image, a condemned man is strapped into the chair with the executioner standing at the switches, ready to pull the levers. With the passage of time and some mishaps, each execution technique was advanced, as minor flaws were corrected. Some very early executions had the hands of the condemned in a bucket of water. In its final form, the person is usually shaved and strapped to the chair with belts across his chest, groin, legs, head, and arms (some prisons place a strap over the mouth and nose and use a blindfold); a metal skullcap-shaped electrode is attached to the scalp and forehead over a sponge moistened with saline; and an additional electrode is moistened with conductive jelly and attached to a portion of the prisoner’s leg that has been shaved to reduce resistance to electricity. This creates a closed circuit. After the condemned is prepared, the warden may again read the death sentence, then he signals the executioner to pull a lever, sending a 15 to 30 second jolt between 1,000 and 2,000 volts into the condemned. The current surges and is then turned off, at which time the body relaxes and the doctors check to see if the inmate’s heart is still beating; intermittent jolts of electricity are given until the heart stops. The problem most viewers have found with electrocution isthe tremendous effect visual on the body: the prisoner is often fried in the process. At the end of the procedure, the body temperature can reach over 140 degrees. The audience reacts poorly to blistering skin and bursting, boiling blood vessels. United States Supreme Court Justice William Brennan offered the following description of an execution by the electric chair:

“… the prisoner’s eyeballs sometimes pop out and rest on [his] cheeks. The prisoner often defecates, urinates, and vomits blood and drool. The body turns bright red as its temperature rises, and the prisoner’s flesh swells and his skin stretches to the point of breaking. Sometimes the prisoner catches fire… Witnesses hear a loud and sustained sound like bacon frying, and the sickly sweet smell of burning flesh permeates the chamber.”

b1tchpudding109:

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Murder of Bianca Brust

32 year old Matthias Schoormann, a member of a Black Metal band called Carpe Noctem, was infatuated with 27 year old Brianca Brust, who turned him down multiple times.

On February 20, 2008 Matthias Schoormann made another attempt to win Bianca’s heart, but she turned him down once again. Matthias strangled Bianca to death. Matthias played with Bianca’s decapitated corse, posing her body and taking pictures of her. Surpringly, no sexual assaults took place.

The next day, Matthias logged into a forum and started a thread titled “Dead Whore” in which he posted the pictures of Bianca’s posed up, decapitated body and her severed head. The forum sent Matthias a message, asking him who he was. Matthias responded by removing all the images from the thread.

Matthias then set his apartment on fire and dashed away in his car with Bianca’s severed head in a backpack. A neighbor called the police, who arrived and found Bianca’s headless body. Before they could take any action against Matthias, they learned that he committed suicide by driving a high rate of speed into an oncoming truck, killing himself on the spot.

Finally I know the story

Timestamp: 1411467053

b1tchpudding109:

blood-countess:

Murder of Bianca Brust

32 year old Matthias Schoormann, a member of a Black Metal band called Carpe Noctem, was infatuated with 27 year old Brianca Brust, who turned him down multiple times.

On February 20, 2008 Matthias Schoormann made another attempt to win Bianca’s heart, but she turned him down once again. Matthias strangled Bianca to death. Matthias played with Bianca’s decapitated corse, posing her body and taking pictures of her. Surpringly, no sexual assaults took place.

The next day, Matthias logged into a forum and started a thread titled “Dead Whore” in which he posted the pictures of Bianca’s posed up, decapitated body and her severed head. The forum sent Matthias a message, asking him who he was. Matthias responded by removing all the images from the thread.

Matthias then set his apartment on fire and dashed away in his car with Bianca’s severed head in a backpack. A neighbor called the police, who arrived and found Bianca’s headless body. Before they could take any action against Matthias, they learned that he committed suicide by driving a high rate of speed into an oncoming truck, killing himself on the spot.

Finally I know the story

Russian army with Yugoslav partisan units liberates Belgrade from German occupation, 1944.

Timestamp: 1411467035

Russian army with Yugoslav partisan units liberates Belgrade from German occupation, 1944.

serbia-rising:

Срби и Руси браћа заувек!

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Serbs and Russians brothers forever!

Timestamp: 1411467022

serbia-rising:

Срби и Руси браћа заувек!

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Serbs and Russians brothers forever!

fuckyeahplattenbau:

Leningrad, USSR, 80s by Voilok

Timestamp: 1411467006

fuckyeahplattenbau:

Leningrad, USSR, 80s by Voilok