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Tension Rises Between Russian Forces and Puppets

Submitted by on Friday, 16 July 2010.    1,496 views No Comment
Tension Rises Between Russian Forces and Puppets

Moskovsky Komsomolets reported that a conflict is brewing between intruder Russia’s special forces and puppet Chechen mobsters.

The occupier Russia’s Special Forces troops claim that the puppet Chechen “Sever” (North) battalion, made up of local national traitor residents, betrayed them during a special operation against Chechen mujahedeen in February 2010.

They claim that “North” fighters gave away the positions of the troops, passed on ammunition and equipment to the Chechen mujahedeen, removed the bodies from the battlefield and shot at the Special Forces troops.

According to claims, the members of “North” group yelled “Allah-u Akbar” thus giving away the unit’s position and did not shoot at the mujahedeen, the daily newspaper wrote.

Moreover, examination of the wounded and killed Russian Special Forces operatives showed that they were shot from weapons used by puppet “Sever” members.

A criminal case was open to investigate the reports of the troops, but it was dropped. The paper filed a request for investigation to the Russian Prosecutor’s Office.

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