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Yevkurov will unmask the top brass?2012-04-19 13:52
The authorities of Ingushetia do not conceal that the country's top brass is involved in kidnappings in the country. This was recently voiced by the State Duma deputy Bilan Khamchiev, and later by the head of the republic, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov at a meeting with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Concerns of those in power are simple: the Ingush community is going to hold a rally. Meanwhile, the federal government is ready to start cleaning of power structures: there will appear a special department for this in the Investigation Committee of Russia.
Ingushetia under Yunus-Bek Yevkurov is more reminiscent of Ingushetia under Murat Zyazikov. Under the former president, armed men in camouflage uniforms ruled in the republic, shot and kidnapped Ingushs. And now the soldiers of the invisible front are on the loose in Ingushetia, sometimes even on armored cars, kidnapping the people.
According to the deputy Bilan Khamchiev, for two years unidentified security forces employees have abducted 88 people. He was voiced this figure at a meeting of the Russian State Duma. Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev said that according to the official data, only 13 people are listed as kidnapped in 2010. With regard to involvement of the security forces, it is questionable. "We have a lot of people who are constantly wearing spotted uniform or a uniform of riot police. One adapts to some holdups, robberies. Naturally, we must sort it out", the Minister said.
But the question is still on the agenda. On the eve, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov met with President Dmitry Medvedev in Gorki and told him about the crime situation, referring to the 13 kidnappings. Six of them, he said, have simply fake up kidnapping, having gone into the mountains to the militants. "We have recently detained a member of the thugs, who showed photos of specific people who are already in the forest, and we thought they had been abducted. And the remaining seven cases - judging by the style, behavior and the presence of equipment - we can see that there are the facts of the kidnapping and the traces of the power structures", Yevkurov said.
Yevkurov promises the Ingushs to deal with the abduction from year to year. But he has first time announced suspicions in address of the security forces at such a high level. What has prompted him to go into conflict with people in uniform?
According to the Ingush information and analytical agency "Maximum", the authorities began to stir after the public has announced its readiness to hold a meeting against the actions of law enforcement agencies. People are outraged by the recent anti-terrorist operation, during which there were killed at least three civilians, who were in the car with the suspects in terrorist activities by chance.
April 3, a group of "federal forces" eliminated the car with two brothers Gardanovs - Salman and Junayd, who were considered members of illegal armed groups. And only after the explosion it turned out that a relative of the suspects Gardanov Shamsuddin, as well as two residents of the village of Plievo - Salauddin Muruzhev and 57-year-old Zina Velhieva - were in the car. All of them were retroactively declared criminals and martyrs. But this accusation was so absurd that Yevkurov even admitted that the three people had been killed for no reason at all. And there was instituted no criminal case against the employees of special forces who had exceeded the powers.