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Kadirov is Behind the Murders of Yamadayev Brothers!

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Kadirov is Behind the Murders of Yamadayev Brothers!

Isa Yamadayev, one of the national traitors and the brother of two murdered opponents of Russian puppet Ramzan Kadirov, claimed in a letter published on April 21 that the Kremlin-backed Chechen ringleader has ordered the killing of him and the remaining brothers.

The Russian daily “Moskovsky Komsomolets” has published Isa Yamadayev’s open letter together with a link to video footage in which Yamadayev’s former bodyguard Khavazh Yusupov, whose trial on charges of trying to kill Yamadayev opened in Moscow on April 20, says in pretrial testimony to investigators that Russian puppet Ramzan Kadirov personally ordered him to kill Isa Yamadayev.

In the letter, highlighted on the front page of a paper which rarely criticises the Russian government, Isa Yamadayev also blamed Kadirov for a shooting he survived in Moscow last July.

“I ask the Attorney General of the Russian Federation to consider this appeal as a personal statement proving the participation of Ramzan Kadirov … in organising the murders,” Isa Yamadayev wrote.

According to Khavazh Yusupov’s testimony in video shoots, he arrived in Chechnya on July 1 and was immediately contacted by Shaa Turlayev, one of Kadirov’s aides, who took him to meet Kadyrov.

Kadyrov freely admitted to having given the orders to kill Ruslan and Sulim Yamadayev. He offered Yusupov $1 million to shoot Isa Yamadayev, threatening to apprehend Yusupov’s family and kill them in Yusupov’s presence, then kill Yusupov himself, if he refused. “We’ll bring all the women and children here, we’ll bring them all here. We’ll take them to you, line them up here and kill them all, then we’ll kill you,” Yusupov quoted Kadirov as saying.

Yusupov agreed to kill Yamadayev, and returned to Moscow, where Turlayev met him and gave him the murder weapon. The Investigative Committee of the federal Prosecutor-General’s Office identified Shaa Turlayev earlier this month as having instigated an assassination attempt last year on Isa Yamadayev and has issued a warrant for his arrest.

Turlayev is a former Chechen field commander and member of President Aslan Maskhadov’s bodyguards who changed his side and started to work for Kadirov in 2004 after being wounded.

All efforts by the Investigative Committee to secure the cooperation of prosecutors in Chechnya have failed, and Kadirov’s administration refused on April 8 to comment on the possibility that Turlayev was indeed behind the botched attempt to kill Isa Yamadayev.

Isa Yamadayev is one of five brothers who first fought with Chechen freedom fighters, then switched sides. They later fell out of favor with Kadirov amid a fierce power struggle between clans.

Sulim Yamadayev, who headed the largest pro-Moscow military unit “Vostok (Special Battallion East)” in Chechnya that did not report to Kadirov, was gunned down in Dubai in March 2009. A Dubai court this month sentenced two former employees of Kadirov to life in prison, and Dubai police said Kadirov’s right-hand man Adam Delimkhanov organized the murder.

Another Yamadayev brother, Ruslan, a former member of Russia’s parliament, was shot to death in Moscow in September 2008 while sitting in his car in rush-hour traffic. A suspect has ben arrested in that case. Adam Delimkhanov is similarly believed to have hired Aslanbek Dadayev, the prime suspect in Ruslan Yamadayev’s murder.

Dzhabrail Yamadayev, another brother of Yamadayevs and deputy military command of traitor Chechen forces, was killed by an explosion in a house in the village of Dyshne-Vedeno in Chechnya in March 2003. It claims that this had been done by puppet Ramzan and his traitor father Akhmed Hadji Kadirov who paid the FSB to carry out this operation.

Milana Balaeva, wife of Badruddi who is one of the Yamadayev brothers, was killed with her mum by gang members of Kadirov in Grozny in 2007 because of she had refused taking stage for puppet Kadirov.

Isa, Badruddi and Musa Yamadayev brothers are still alive,  but they fear of their lives and hiding.

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