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Second Abduction Among Chechens Deported from Austria

Submitted by on Tuesday, 11 December 2012.    518 views No Comment
Second Abduction Among Chechens Deported from Austria

Sources close to Waynakh Online are reporting that another recently deported Chechen asylum seeker has been abducted in Russia.

According to the information, Salman (Danial) Mamaev was one of 13 Chechen asylum seekers extradited directly from Vienna to Moscow on November 28. When the plane landed in Moscow, Russian police abducted Rasambek I immediately in the airport, but Salman (Danial) Mamaev was lucky to leave there. However, his biggest fear eventually came to pass a few days later, when he was abducted somewhere in southern Russia while preparing to leave the country. After being abducted, he was immediately transferred to the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. His relatives said that he is being kept in a prison in the capital city of Grozny by armed bandits from the pro-Russian regime. He is accused of being a former member of the Chechen National Liberation Movement.

Recall that earlier we published numerous articles about the threat of extradition facing Salman Mamaev, as well as the protests in favor of him and against his extradition.

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

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