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Terror on Civilians Continues in Chechnya

Submitted by on Wednesday, 30 December 2009.    2,066 views No Comment
Terror on Civilians Continues in Chechnya

Since December 25, nine innocent Chechen civilians were abducted by gang members of bloody puppet regime in Chechnya.

According to sources in Chechnya, on December 25, five local residents of Achkoi Martan were took hostage in the foothills of Chechnya’s Achkhoi-Martan district.

On December 26, a resident of Gudermes, second largest city of Chechnya, was detained and took hostage by national traitors.

On December 27, a woman resident of Serzhen Yurt village was kidnapped. Two weekes earlier Kremlin loyalist Kadirov’s gang members had abducted her and after a while she had released. During her hostage, she had came up against sophisticated torture (includes electric shocking, severe beating, piercing with awl, crushing her fingers, etc).

On December 28, two young men from Gudermes city of Chechnya were detained by puppet regime’s military forces.

Ringleaders of puppet Kadirov regime alleged that these people were doing foods, medicines and clothes allowance to Chechen mujaheedeens, so they were arrested. However, stolen people’s whereabouts are unknown now.

Local human rights defenders say from time to time some special operations conduct against innocent civilians in Chechnya. According to their reports, gang members of Kadirov’s bloody regime detaine young people and torturing and forcing them to confess some fabrication crimes.

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