New Hostage Case in Chechnya
According to local sources, armed bandits from the puppet regime in occupied Chechnya have abducted three more Chechen civilians.
On October 29th and 31st, Kadyrovites organized punishment operations in the city of Argun as well as the village of Agishty in the Shali district. As a result, a resident of Argun and a local resident from Agishty were taken away to unknown areas. Later, both of the hostages were found in a building which houses one of the puppet’s police departments. They were forced to sign confessions claiming that they provided food and aid for the Chechen mujahedeen. They refused, but after brutal torture, they had no choice but to sign any papers presented to them by the Kadyrovites. Puppet authorities immediately announced that they captured two aiders of the Chechen mujahedeen, who provided food between 1999 and 2001.
On November 1st, a local resident of the Gudermes district was abducted by armed Kadyrovites. According to preliminary data, the hostage is a 30 year old man who was living in the village of Novy Enginoy, which is within the Gudermes district. The puppets accused him of collecting information about the Russian occupation forces as well as storing the mujahedeen’s ammunition and weapons at his home.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco