Kadirovskies Abducted a Refugee Returning From Austria
Kavkaz-Uzel reported, in the high-mountainous Vedeno district of Chechnya, as a result of a special operation, a man of 32 was abducted, who on the eve returned from Austria, where until recently he lived as a refugee, by gang members of puppet regime in Chechnya. The abducted man is accused of taking part in Chechen mujahedeens in 2001.
“At interrogation he confessed that in 2001 he indeed for some time was a member of a Chechen mujahedeen group that operated in the territory of the Nozhai-Yurt and Gudermes districts of Chechnya. The man asserts that he never took part in warfare, bore no arms and in September of that year he left the mujahedeens and went out of the country. Until recently, he lived in Austria as a refugee,” a source in Kadirovskies said in his conversation with the “Kavkaz-Uzel” website’s correspondent.
The same Kadirovski alleged that now a check is underway of possible involvement of the resident of Makhkety village in committing of grave or especially grave crimes. He told nothing about the future of the returnee from Austria.
An activist of the local human rights organization believes that the former refugee’s abduction is a crime.
“Last year ringleader of national traitors Ramzan Kadyrov repeatedly called the Chechen refugees living in Europe and other countries to come back home and promised complete immunity to them. And now it turns out that Kadirov’s promise has no mean. Naturally, this incident will force other refugees in Europe to think hundred times prior making a decision to come back home,” the human rights activist believes.
In his opinion, mobsters of national traitors are often making obvious violations in their attempts to show efficiency, receive encouragements and so on.