"The Jews were now free to indulge in their most fervent fantasies of mass murder
of helpless victims. Christians were dragged from their beds, tortured and killed.
Some were actually sliced to pieces, bit by bit, while others were branded with hot
irons, their eyes poked out to induce unbearable pain. Others were placed in boxes
with only their heads, hands and legs sticking out. Then hungry rats were placed in
the boxes to gnaw upon their bodies. Some were nailed to the ceiling by their
fingers or by their feet, and left hanging until they died of exhaustion. Others were
chained to the floor and left hanging until they died of exhaustion. Others were
chained to the floor and hot lead poured into their mouths. Many were tied to
horses and dragged through the streets of the city, while Jewish mobs attacked
them with rocks and kicked them to death. Christian mothers were taken to the
public square and their babies snatched from their arms. A red Jewish terrorist
would take the baby, hold it by the feet, head downward and demand that the
Christian mother deny Christ. If she would not, he would toss the baby into the air,
and another member of the mob would rush forward and catch it on the tip of his
bayonet.

Pregnant Christian women were chained to trees and their babies cut out of their
bodies. There were many places of public execution in Russia during the days of
the revolution, one of which was described by the American Rohrbach
Commission: 'The whole cement floor of the execution hall of the Jewish Cheka of
Kiev was flooded with blood; it formed a level of several inches. It was a horrible
mixture of blood, brains and pieces of skull. All the walls were bespattered with
blood. Pieces of brains and of scalps were sticking to them. A gutter of 25
centimeters wide by 25 centimeters deep and about 10 meters long was along its
length full to the top with blood.

Some bodies were disemboweled, others had limbs chopped off, some were
literally hacked to pieces. Some had their eyes put out, the head, face and neck
and trunk were covered with deep wounds. Further on, we found a corpse with a
wedge driven into its chest. Some had no tongues. In a corner we discovered a
quantity of dismembered arms and legs belonging to no bodies that we could
locate.'" (Defender Magazine, October 1933).