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Murdered Ingush’s House were Searched

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Murdered Ingush’s House were Searched

On December 25, in Srednie Achaluki village, Malgobek District of Ingushetia, local FSB gangs have conducted a non-sanctioned search. The “Kavkaz-Uzel” correspondent was told about it by Leila Tochieva, the owner of the searched house.

She said that at 7 a.m. local FSB agents rushed into her house, located in area of new construction, when nobody was in.

“With my two children I was with my relatives. The uncle of my late husband, who is living in the neighbourhood, came up to the local FSB agents to find out what the matter was. He was violently forced inside. The agents drove into the yard in an armoured troop-carrier, broke through the door and ruined everything they could inside. They damaged all the appliances, furniture and everything that was in our room,” said Leila.

The local FSB agents did not show their IDs or a search warrant, she adds. “I don’t know whether they took any thing away. I didn’t examine the house yet, I still need to get back there,” said Leila Tochieva.

An attempt to get any comments on the incident at law-enforcement bodies ended in a failure.

Let’s remind you that Leila Tochieva was wife of Mustafa Tochiev who was killed one month ago by FSB.

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