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Extrajudical Punishment to Ingush Young

Submitted by on Friday, 28 August 2009.    1,107 views No Comment
Extrajudical Punishment to Ingush Young

According to Caucasian-Knot, Relatives of Shamil Makhloev, 21, a resident of Ordzhonikidzevskaya village, state another extrajudicial punishment by power agents.

On August 22, the FSB Department for Ingushetia reported that, possessing information that militants were present in a private house at 34 Trudovaya Street, subsequently liquidated Shamil Makhloev in a skirmish.

Shamil Makhloev’s mother Marem told the “Caucasian Knot” correspondent that on August 22, 2009 gangs of Russian authorities rushed into their house, grasped her son, without any explanations and without presenting any documents, drove him out of the house and shot him dead near the shed right in her eyes.

According to her story, the bandits of Russian authorities behaved aggressively. The Makhloevs believe that they were attacked by the so-called “Kadirovskies” who are belonged to puppet Kadirov regime in Chechnya and fighters of Russian military forces.

According to family members, the armed forces staged an injury of one of them. “After killing Shamil, they put one of them on a stretcher, demonstrating that he had been allegedly wounded. But I saw that power agent; all the time he stood near a tree in the kitchen garden; naturally, he could not receive any injury,” said Marem Makhloevа.

The Makhloevs plan to complain against the actions of Russian terrorists to all law enforcement bodies and human rights organizations of the republic.

Marem Makhloevа has also told the “Caucasian Knot” correspondent that elders and religious figures, who usually come to the requiem ceremony and execute a certain farewell rite over the deceased person, refused to do it at the Makhloevs and refused whatsoever to attend the funeral.

“They told us that the prohibited them to attend funerals of murdered militants, and that they are afraid to break the order,” said Ms Makhloevа.

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