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A Returning Refugee Has Been Convicted by the Puppets

Submitted by on Saturday, 13 November 2010.    1,090 views No Comment
A Returning Refugee Has Been Convicted by the Puppets

According to the website Daymokh.net, puppet sources have declared that a 26 year old man was convicted in a criminal case of providing food and aid to the Chechen mujahedeen.

The native of the village of Katyr-Yurt was sentenced to imprisonment by a fictitious court for 2 years and 6 months under Article 208 part 2 (participation in an illegal armed formation) and Article 222 part 3 (trafficking weapons by an organized group) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

Lawyers and relatives of the young man pointed out that he is not guilty, but was convicted on fabricated accusations. The imprisoned man’s name is Zaval Ersamirzoev and he was a refugee in Austria who had returned to Chechnya some time ago.

The puppets claimed that when Zaval was in Austria during spring 2010, he received chargers for mobile phones and laptops, as well as camouflages from an unidentified man, to give to the leader of a Chechen mujahedeen group which operates in the Agishty district of Chechnya.

*Text was translated by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco

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