‘We will find you:’ Russians hunt down Ukrainians on lists


              FILE - Ukrainian children play at an abandoned checkpoint in Kherson, southern Ukraine, Nov. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue, File)
            
              FILE - A red flag, a replica of the Victory banner flutters in the wind over the central square of Melitopol, Zaporizhzhia region, in a territory under Russian military control, southeastern Ukraine, May 1, 2022. (AP Photo, File)
            
              Olena, wife of Serhii Tsyhipa, a blogger, activist and military veteran, speaks about her husband during an interview with The Associated Press in Kyiv, Ukraine, Aug. 22, 2022. He vanished March 12 and reappeared six weeks later on pro-Russian television, thin and hollow-eyed, regurgitating Russian propaganda. Ukrainian police analyzed the video and told AP he was clearly under duress. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Olena, wife of Serhii Tsyhipa, a blogger, activist and military veteran, shows an image of him on her phone during an interview with The Associated Press in Kyiv, Ukraine, Aug. 22, 2022. He vanished March 12 and reappeared six weeks later on pro-Russian television, thin and hollow-eyed, regurgitating Russian propaganda. Ukrainian police analyzed the video and told AP he was clearly under duress. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              FILE - Svitlana Zalishchuk, then-member of the Ukrainian Parliament, speaks during a panel discussion of the 8th Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy, at the International Conference Center Geneva (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb. 23, 2016. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians like Zalishchuk, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance. (Salvatore Di Nolfi/Keystone via AP, File)
            
              FILE - A Ukrainian serviceman stands in a basement which, according to Ukrainian authorities, was used as a torture cell during the Russian occupation, in the retaken village of Kozacha Lopan, Ukraine, Sept. 17, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. The strategy appears to violate the laws of war and could help build a case for genocide. (AP Photo/Leo Correa, File)
            
              Oleksii Dibrovskyi, a deputy of the Polohy City Council, in Zaporizhzhia region, sits in a car in Krakow, Poland, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians like Dibrovskyi, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Michal Dyjuk)
            
              Oleksii Dibrovskyi, a deputy of the Polohy City Council, in Zaporizhzhia region, shows a scar on his body in Krakow, Poland, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians like Dibrovskyi, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Michal Dyjuk)
            
              Oleksii Dibrovskyi, a deputy of the Polohy City Council, in Zaporizhzhia region, poses for a picture in Krakow, Poland, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians like Dibrovskyi, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Michal Dyjuk)
            
              Oleksii Dibrovskyi, a deputy of the Polohy City Council, in Zaporizhzhia region, poses for a picture in Krakow, Poland, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians like Dibrovskyi, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Michal Dyjuk)
            
              FILE - Pieces of debris hang at the regional government headquarters of Mykolaiv, which was heavily damaged in a Russian attack, in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, May 14, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco, File)
            
              Andrii Kuprash, the head of Babyntsi village north of Kyiv, Ukraine, poses for a photograph in front of the local town hall on April 30, 2022. Russian forces hunted influential Ukrainians like Kuprash, drawing up lists of government officials, journalists and activists in a deliberate, widespread campaign to neutralize resistance through intimidation and violence. Kuprash had been warned the Russians would come for him, and he dug a hole in the woods where he could hide. The Russians found him anyway, beat him and forced him to strip and start digging again, this time to make his own grave. (AP Photo/Erika Kinetz)
            
              FILE - Tally marks are etched in to a wall by detainees to keep track of time in a building used, according to a war crimes prosecutor, by Russian forces as a place of torture in Kherson, Ukraine, Dec. 8, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka, File)
            
              FILE - An office chair stands in the corridor of a basement in a building used, according to a war crimes prosecutor, by Russian forces as a place of torture in Kherson, Ukraine, Dec. 8, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka, File)
            
              FILE - Resident walks amid debris after a Russian attack in Kherson, southern Ukraine, Nov. 24, 2022. In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue, File)
‘We will find you:’ Russians hunt down Ukrainians on lists