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Mass abductions and murders by Russian KGB thugs in Ingushetia

Publication time: 15 February 2013, 12:58

Local sources have reported that at least 3 Muslim civilians were killed and 5 others abducted by Russian KGB soldiers in the Caucasus Emirate's province Ingushetia.

According to the information, at the end of January, members of the Russian FSB abducted a 22 year old man who had just returned from Belgium. The hostage's name is Bagauddin Bogatyrev. His relatives said that he was a resident of Nazran. He and his friend were stopped by masked Russian soldiers while driving to Nazran. Bogatyrev was thrown into their car and driven away.

On February 12, Russian soldiers from the KGB conducted a punishment operation in the village of Galashki, within the Sunzha district of Ingushetia. Russian soldiers killed a civilian named Magomed Gaytukiyev, born in 1975. After the assassination, the Russian KGB abducted four civilians. There is no detailed information about the abduction, but it was learned that the hostages were two old men, Kostoyev and Buzurtanov; a young man, Mukhaddin Yevloyev; and another man whose name is still unknown.

On February 13, at about 6.00am, a group of soldiers from the Russian KBB and local puppet Ingush police surrounded the house of, Sultan-Girey Khashagulgov, born in 1961, on Khautiyeva Street in the city of Nazran. They then started to search his house and murdered him. After the incident, access to scene was blocked and Russian KGB stole all furniture and property of the victim.

 

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