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They are tortured with electric currents and heavily beaten, sometimes to death.' One of those who escaped told Novoya Gazeta that prisoners were beaten to force them to reveal other members of the gay community.Another prisoner who fled said that before being incarcerated in one of the camps, he had been forced to pay bribes to Chechen police of thousands of rubles every month in order to survive.The culture is geographically concentrated in the Mormon Corridor in the United States, and is present to a lesser extent in many places of the world where Latter-day Saints live.
The church puts notable emphasis on the family, and the distinctive concept of a united family which lives and progresses forever is at the core of Latter-day Saint doctrine.Peterkin, of Humble, allegedly abused the child because she was upset that his father had a new girlfriend.The boy's aunt, Ra'Neicha Broadnax, said that in recent days she had seen the videos and pictures from Peterkin also showing the child being slapped and having a lighter held to his fingers, ABC13 reported.Svetlana Zakharova, from the Russian LGBT Network, told Mail Online: 'Gay people have been detained and rounded up and we are working to evacuate people from the camps and some have now left the region.
'Those who have escaped said they are detained in the same room and people are kept altogether, around 30 or 40.Polygamy as a doctrine was introduced into the LDS Church by Joseph Smith.