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Chechen Man Disappears After His Release

Submitted by on Thursday, 3 April 2014.    110 views No Comment
Chechen Man Disappears After His Release

Local sources have reported that a Chechen man disappeared from a prison in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.

According to the information, Alvi Abdurakhmanov, resident of the village of Valerik, had been abducted by the Russian soldiers in July 2012. After being tortured, he was forced to confess to being a member of the Chechen National Liberation Movement. On September 17, 2013 he was brought into a so-called court, however, the court delivered a verdict that he was not guilty because of proven torture during the interrogation. For this reason, he was released.

On February 26, Ramzan Kadyrov, head of pro-Moscow regime in the Russian occupied Chechen lands, commented on the case with his dissatisfaction. After his words, armed bandits from the pro-Kremlin regime abducted Alvi Abdurakhmanov once again.

His sister saw him for the last time on March 3 at the building of the so-called “Criminal Investigation Department” in Grozny where Alvi was kept in a prison. Since then, no one has seen Alvi Abdurakhmanov and his fate is unknown.

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

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