According to Czech media outlets in reports dated August 29, Germany extradited to Czechia, for tortures and possibly even murder, two Caucasians who were arrested by brutal German police in June in Berlin. The two men are claimed to have helped "Jamaat Shariat" in the Caucasus Emirate, also known as the Dagestan Front.
In total, there are now 8 people in the political prison in Prague (6 were seized by Czech secret police in April 2011). The secret police concocts a so-called "Caucasian terrorist group" out of Dagestanis, Moldovians, Bulgarians, and a Chechen. Their names are not officially reported.
As explained by the Czech secret service, according to the police scenario, two Bulgarians are to play the role of "document forgers", "they even forged passports", but because they are Christians, were didn't know the ultimate goal of "evil Muslims". Five other "terrorists", Moldovians and Dagestanis, were selling the passports and other documents, such as drivers licences, and sent the earned money to Dagestan and thus "helped to finance and organize a terrorist attack."
The Chechen was accused of being a "forger of money" and a "keeper of illegal weapons". But what was the status of the Chechen in this fantasy police story and how he was linked to Dagestan, the police fiction writers, apparently, have not yet invented, reports theCzech news agency CTK.
It is to be recalled that the "Caucasian terrorists" in Czechia are an invention by local political police, and the story goes back in May 2011, as reported by Parlamentni Listy (Parliamentary newspaper).
According to the paper, the fiction story about "Caucasian terrorists" was required in connection with the scandal in the ministry of defence of Czechia because of a defeat and heavy losses inflicted by the Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan on Czech invaders.
The paper in particular writes:
"The lasting chaos in the Ministry of Defense now threatens to lead to dangerous results. The Czech lost the war against terrorist groups in Afghanistan that attack them with the best weapons.
The reason for this lies in the past, and several ministers of defense bear responsibility for it. Such accusations are heard from members of the elite Special Operations unit of the military police SOG, which participated in many combat missions in Afghanistan. The unit was disbanded in mid-2009.
After the death of antiterrorist Osama bin Laden, there are a lot of rumors saying that the supporters of al-Qaeda plan to stage counter attacks both in Pakistan and around the world.
A month ago, the Czech police arrested eight foreigners from the Islamic group Jamaat Shariat. Books on religious issues, drugs and weapons were found during the house searches. Five of them are directly accused of supporting terrorism.
At present, it appears that they are radical Islamists from all over North Caucasus with links to al Qaeda. They reportedly sent to al-Qaeda money (the amount is measured in millions of dollars, as previously indicated by Czech media outlets quoting the police - KC). The police department has used for their arrest a rapid reaction force.
Counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan were carried out by Special Forces 601 from Prostejov, or SOG. "Comprehensive elite unit simply does not exist in the Czech Republic", indicates one of the founders of the SOG, and adds that if it had not been disbanded in 2009, it might, as the US unit Seal Team VI, have participated in the mission which killed Osama Bin Laden", writes the Prague newspaper.
Meanwhile, the so-called "Caucasian terrorists" were found to have no relation not only to the Dagestani Jamaat Shariat, but also to the Islamic religion.
The Kavkaz Center received a letter from a person who is personally familiar with the situation and personally knows the people who were arrested by the Czech secret services.
In his revelatory letter our informer writes -
"May the peace of Allah be with you!
I want to inform you about the real situation in connection with the arrests of Caucasians in Prague.
Those accusations, as the Czech police presented to them, are just pure lies. These people are very far from the accusations, which were presented, they have not planned any terrorist attacks and certainly have not carried them out.
Among those they have arrested is only one person who has any idea about what is happening at home in the Caucasus and somehow understands the situation.
He did not forge any documents, he even had no money for food. He was helped by friends for the shelter. He lived in a hotel with a Dagestani. Due to hardships, he wanted to leave Czechia and get married.
The rest, as they say, are not "in the subject". As far as I know, they do not even pray. And if they do, then only sometimes on Fridays.
One of them is a Chechen. He also had a "modern lifestyle". Another one is an Azeri from Dagestan. He, as far as I know, he has never prayed and did not know what Islam is. He is the one who was in touch with the Bulgarians who are involved in document forgery.
And there was also a Bulgarian woman with them. They were engaged in petty crime and have no relation to Islam, and especially to so-called "terrorism", in other words, to the Jihad.
No one knew those Bulgarians except for the Azerbaijani. The income from document forgery of those arrested was 100 or 50 euros. That's it.
These documents were ordered from Germany in order to obtain a driver's license and were not intended for "terrorists". It is a tale of the Czechs, and they are aware of it, they just decided to play their "anti-terrorist game", these shameful jackals.
These documents were actually all confiscated by the German police. Ours people, you know, get caught somewhere, somewhere they violated the law, someone was seized with these documents and so on and so forth.
Those who ordered these passports were our "civilized" Caucasians. They do not intend to go anywhere, they all want to hang around here in Europe. They give a damn for the Jihad.
The Czech police is blatantly and shamefully lying. If all that were so as they presented, the German police pursuing Caucasians since 2007, would have made arrests long ago (the KC, too, immediately drew attention to that fact - KC).
I write to you, so that you know the truth. Feel free to comment if you wish".
End of the letter.
Department of Monitoring