Kadyrov's apostates continue to violate all conceivable norms not only of Chechen etiquette (not to mention the Islamic etiquette as such), but simply the norms of human morality. Completely losing any morals, the scumbags behave worse than the dirtiest animals.
A villager of Doikur-Aul (Russian name Tolstoi-Yurt) of Grozny Rural District of Province of Nokhchicho, or Chechnya, Kazbek Khasbulatov appealed to human rights activists about the actions of police apostates, who had beaten him at a police checkpoint of a local police gang.
The beating occurred after Kadyrov's scum attacked his wife, and he stood up for her.
Not content with beating, the scum have opened against Khasbulatov a "criminal case".
Severe beating at the checkpoint occurred on October 17, when Kazbek Khasbulatov was travelling from Jokhar along with his wife and a minor in the car.
Kadyrov's men stopped the car. During the conversation, the scum did not like something and one of the apostates attacked wife of Khasbulatov. He grabbed the woman by the arm and hair and began pulling a married woman, in the presence of her husband, out of the car.
The man rushed to the aid of his wife. But Kadyrov's scum attacked him, dragged into the roadblock where he was brutally beaten.
Kadyrov's scum also assaulted his minor son, who tried to capture his father being beaten up on his camera-phone.
Then Kazbek Khasbulatov was taken to the district hangout of the "Grozny Rural Police Department", where the beating was continued by the apostates of its gang, and his wife and son at the time were held in the courtyard at a gunpoint.
After finishing the beating and ridicule, apostates offered Khasbulatov to write that he had no complains about them, but when they found out that his son still managed to capture the beating and save it, released Khasbulatov.
Meanwhile, Kadyrov's scum threatened to murder his son of Khasbulatov took away the phone and deleted the video.
The man felt bad at his home. Ambulance was called and he was taken to A&E room at the city hospital #9 of Jokhar, where physicians documented bruises on his body and diagnosed a severe concussion.
Kazbek Khasbulatov said that policemen who had beaten him were later trying to fabricate a criminal case against him, arguing that he had "resisted the police and beaten them", the human rights center Memorial was reporting.
Department of Monitoring