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A New Chechen Murder

Submitted by on Saturday, 21 November 2009.    2,552 views No Comment
A New Chechen Murder

According to Turkish internet agency World Bulletin, Viskhan Abdurakhmanov, a Chechen refugee in Azerbaijan, was found dead in a street of Baku. Viskhan was missing nearly for two weeks.

Viskhan Abdurakhmanov, born in 1967, was a guilty of Euroaisa ferry’s hijack in 1996 for supporting Chechnya. He had improsned but fled from the prison in 1997. He was living in Azerbaijan and missing for two weeks. On November 20, his corpse has found in a street of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan.

Roki Gitsba, an Abkhazian, another member of hijacking was also killed by hitmen of Kadirov, when he was going out a mosque in Baku two years before.

After the last murder, eyes was turned to the pro-Kremlin puppet Chechen leader Ramzan Kadirov. Earlier some agencies had reported that puppet Kadirov established a death squads for eradicating his opponents in abroad.

Let’s remind you, on 16 January 1996, a group under lead of Muhammed Emin Tokcan hijacked Euroasia ferry with its 175 passengers and 55 crew members in Trabzon port which would go Sochi. On 19 January 1996, the group surrendered to Turkish authorities. According to the group, they had hijacked the ferry for drawing the attention to occupation in Chechnya. Turkish media presented the incident as “Chechen terrorists hijacked the ferry”; and after the hijacking Chechens have became losing the support of Turkish people. In reality, there were only two Chechens: Viskhan Abdurakhmanov and Ramzan Zubayriyev; other 7 men was ethnic Abkhazians: Muhammet Emin Tokcan (group leader, a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian),  Ertan Coskun (a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian), Erdinc Tekir (a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian), Sedat Temiz (a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian), Tuncer Özcan (a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian), Ceyhan Mollamehmetoğlu (a citizen of Turkey, ethnic Abkhazian), Roki Gitsba (a citizen of Georgia, ethnic Abkhazian) in the group.

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