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Three Youngs Kidnapped in Ingushetia

Submitted by on Sunday, 7 June 2009.    1,253 views No Comment
Three Youngs Kidnapped in Ingushetia

According to local sources, three youngs kidnapped in the different parts of Ingushetia during last ten days by occupant forces.

10-12 armed men in camouflage and masks rushed into Tsindoevs’ house early in the morning of May 26, 200. They seized Idris Tsindoev (28) and took out. According to his brother Abubakar, armed men didn’t explain anything or didn’t introduced themselves, just took Idris. When he tried to defend Idris, armed men threaten to kill him. Abubakar heard his borther Idris being beating. After ten minutes they left from house with Idris, got on their white Gazel minivan and moved to unknown direction. After armed men left from the house Abubakar saw a large pool of blood where they beat Idris.

So-called Ossetian security forces came to Bazorinka village of Ingushetia on June 5, 2009 and raided to house of Gazgireev around 17.15 in Moscow time. As a result they couldn’t find anything unlawful but they seized to Timur Gazgireev who was born in 1979 and left from the house to an unknown direction.

And the last kidnapping case on June 6, 2009, was about a resident of Ordzhonikidze camp. Adrakhman Kartoev was coming back from visit of his brother, some people forced him to sitting their car and took away him to unknown direction. Adrakhman Kartoev was giving religiouse lessons to young people.

Until now, there are no data about fates of kidnapped youngs.

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