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June 4th 2005 · Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · PRINTER FRIENDLY FORMAT · E-MAIL THIS · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

Man arrested by "Kadyrovites" found dead

By Ruslan Isayev

CHECHNYA - Local residents discovered the remains of a man in a rock quarry near the town of Argun, and it soon became evident he was one of their neighbors, a young man who had disappeared several days ago.

The 25-year-old victim was the son of Ayna Usmanova. He was arrested by the notorious Security Service of the President of the Chechen Republic (so-called "Kadyrovites") and released two days later, badly beaten. However, he was ordered to return in a few days for interrogation.

After partially recovering at home, he then left to keep the interrogation date. And he was never seen or heard from again.

In another case, two local residents, Timur Zukhayrayev and Adam Saykhayev, from the Serzhen-Yourt village in the Shalinsky district, were arrested by Kadyrovites without any explanations given.

Zukhayrayev was released the following day, but the whereabouts of Saykhayev are still unknown.


Translated by Mindaugas Kojelis.

(MK/E,T)



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