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Victim’s Father: My Son was Kidnapped

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Victim’s Father: My Son was Kidnapped

According to Kavkaz-Uzel website, a young Chechen man was kidnapped in Grozny by gang members of puppet regime on December 11, 2009.

Irisbai Umarpashaev, father of Umar, said that in the morning on December 11, 2009, he was in the house, which they rent by their whole family in the Chechen capital. His sons – Gilani, Islam and Bersan were also at home. At about 8:30 a.m., armed persons in camouflage entered the house and declared that they were checking passports. One of them presented himself: “Ibragimov from the Octiabrskiy ROVD (District Interior Division of puppet regime in Chechnya)”, but showed no documents. Having checked up the passports, they retired having taken Islam Umarpashaev away with them. The Irisbai’s question why they took away his son was replied that Islam would go with them for “clearing some circumstances” to the above ROVD of Grozny and “in a couple of hours he’ll be back home.”

However, Islam Umarpashaev has not returned until now; and nothing is known about his whereabouts. And authorities of puppet regime refused to talk to Kavkaz-Uzel correspondet on Umarpashaev’s kidnapping.

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