Three Men Abducted in Chechnya
Kavkaz-Uzel has reported that two residents of Chechnya, who were accused of being involved with Chechen mujahedeen groups, and another man who was accused of providing food to the mujahedeen, were abducted by mobsters of Russian minions in Chechnya.
On August 23, gang members of the puppet regime in Chechnya conducted a punishment operation in the Kerla-Yurt village of Grozny. As a result of their operation, they abducted a resident of the village. According to the claims of the puppet regime, the hostage confessed that he was a former member of a Chechen mujahedeen group in 1999.
On the same day, henchmen of the national traitor, Kadyrov took a hostage in the Staropromyslovsky district of Grozny. The national traitors alleged that their hostage provided food to Chechen mujahedeen from 2008 until recently.
Both of the hostage’s families said that they do not know where their relatives are being held. They do not know what the puppets accused their relatives of doing.
The Russian loyalist puppets abducted another resident of Grozny on August 23. According to the claims of the ringleaders of the puppet regime, a young man surrendered and confessed that he was selling SIM-cards and cell phones to Chechen mujahedeen. The claim does not seem realistic. The young man was probably abducted and after a long, drawn out session of torture, he agreed to “confess” to the fabricated crimes, imagined up by the national traitors.
*Text was translated by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco