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Who is Behind the Murders of Human Rights Defenders? (Video)

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Who is Behind the Murders of Human Rights Defenders? (Video)

People are discussing that who is behind the murders of Chechen human rights defenders. The answer is very easy: “Ramzan Kadirov who is the pro-Moscow Chechen government’s leader and personel hitman of the Putin, prime minister of Russian Mafia State”.

Chechnya is becoming a death zone for human rights workers as demonstrated by the latest heinous murders of the married couple – Umar Dzhabrailov and Zarema Sadulayeva, the head of the charity Save the Generation which provides aid and psychological support to disabled children, orphans, and victims of the military conflict in Chechnya which is carrying by imperial Russia.  The couple was kidnapped from their Grozny office and later found in the trunk of a car with bullet wounds to the chest and head. The murder comes less than a month after a prominent activist, Natalya Estemirova, was similarly kidnapped outside her Grozny apartment and later shot to death.

Human rights organizations have accused Ramzan Kadirov, Chechnya’s Kremlin-appointed leader of national traitor bandits, and members of his private militia, of Estemirova’s murder, citing an atmosphere of impunity and persecution of anyone critical of Kadirov’s brutal regime. Kadirov vehemently denied any involvement in Estemirova’s death, while calling the activist a woman “that no one needs” who lacked “any honor or sense of shame.”

Kadirov similarly denounced the slayings of Dhzhabrailov and Sadulayeva calling the murders “an attempt to intimidate the people of Chechnya.” However, video footage broadcast on Grozny TV just days before the murder of Estemirova questions the earnestness of  Kadirov’s assertions by showing Adam Delimkhanov, Kadirov’s closest associate, his cousin, representative to the Russian State Duma, and de facto commander of Kadirov’s powerful militia an one of the suspects of Sulim Yamadayev assasination in United Arabian Emirates, openly threatening human rights defenders in Chechnya.

Here is the video footages:

Text of video footages:

“There are certain people who call themselves ‘human rights defenders,’ who actually help these militant scum, these criminal-militants, who work for them and do their dirty work, promote their politics,… they carry on various dialogues…,

But I know the mood among the security services, the society; I know what the simple folk are saying. They’re saying that the claims made by these people [human rights defenders], and a certain Aushev and others, in other words, what they’re saying and doing, their evil deeds are no better than those of the militants hiding out in the forest.

These people [human rights activists] are confusing the people with their rhetoric, are deceiving them. But they won’t fool the people. They won’t succeed in this. Truth and justice will always prevail… Our soldiers here, commanders, our guys are always asking me, ‘what do these people (activists) want?’ and I tell them that they’re not worth a penny to me.

God willing, all those that support evil, we will hold responsible. Each one of them, be they Chechen or Ingush or whom have you, should know, that they will pay for their words…”

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