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Will the Ingush "Gestapo" be condemned?2012-09-27 16:05
On September 28, the session of the Karabulak court on the case of the former officials of the Interior Ministry of Ingushetia, the former head of the criminal police of Karabulak Nazir Guliyev and former deputy chief of Karabulak police Iles Nalgiyev, accused of torturing detainees, will be held. At the session the verdict will be made. The main episode of the charges is torture applied to a disabled, displaced person from Chechnya Zelimkhan Chitigov.
In early February 2011, police arrested Chitigov at a bus stop not far from the refugee camp "Promzhilbaza" for the first time. He was taken to the Karabulak police station. There he first met with his torturers. Iles Nalgiyev, having asked him whether he was a Muslim and received an affirmative answer, asked him to help them to "clean up" the republic from Russian, from shops where they sell vodka and prostitution. Chitigov refused such a "flattering offer", saying that he recently saw the speech of the new police chief of Karabulak on TV, and he said quite the opposite.
Then Nalgiyev brought him to the new chief Nazir Guliyev. According to Chitigov, Guliyev laid two packs of five thousand and a gun before him and said, "Here's a gun and money. In short, you have to help. Tell me what kind of car you want, and we'll give you a car, no problem ...". "Take three or four guys with you. Have you got friends? We will give them guns too. What do you want? ..." - "We will give you a license ..."
They were persuading Chitigov for two hours to create a band group and start "cleaning" the republic undercover of the police. Chitigov resisted as best he could, telling them of his disability and that he knew neither how to shoot nor how to drive a car, that he had a family and children.
Guliyev and Nalgiyev eventually released the guy took having taken his fingerprints and recorded information about all of his close relatives.
In the morning, April 27, at 7 am, security forces broke into Chitigov's house and took Zelimkhan away. He was subjected to the most refined tortures on the part of Iles Nalgiev and employees of the center "E" for five days. They sawed his teeth, used electric shocks. After being tortured, he lost the ability to walk. Death spared his side casually. According to Chitigov, the Russian military, to whom Ingush Gestapo brought him, just did not want to kill another tortured prisoner. Not for humanitarian reasons: they got tired to serve as "cleaners" after Ingush cops.
Then there was a court. But the court has placed Chitigov to the hospital. Only after a few months of treatment in Moscow he was able to walk by his own feet. Zelimkhan did not give up; with the support of human rights defenders, he and his family began to seek justice. They began receiving threats, not only from the staff of the Karabulak police, but also from their families, including well-known Ingush opposition leader Magomed Khazbiyev, who is a relative of Iles Nalgiyev. He did not hesitate to come to the relatives of Chitigov's mother and demand them to stop the persecution of Nalgiyev.
Defenders have taken Zelimkhan Chitigov to Europe, and his parents and relatives continued to seek justice. The first hearing on the case of Nalgiyev and Guliyev were like a farce. Defendants, who are under house arrest, behaved themselves boorishly. They threatened Chitigov's relatives, insulted Russian human rights activists present at the session. They have repeatedly stated that they will be acquitted, because the power is on their side.