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Chechnya buys up children2012-11-01 19:50
Chechen law enforcers have exposed Dagestani criminals selling young children in Chechnya. Two women were arrested, one of whom worked in the medical facility in Khasavyurt and another was a mediator. Russian Interior Ministry has voiced only two episodes - the sale of 18-month girl and of a baby boy; but the women were charged of a systematic child trafficking. Chechen human rights activists are unable to understand: who needs somebody else's children in the country of large families?
Once in Chechnya there was caught a mother trying to sell her newborn twins for 200 thousand rubles. After the news have spread throughout the country, a woman called into air of one radio station stating that "child trafficking in Chechnya had regular nature". National ombudsman Nurdi Nukhazhiyev called it "a monstrous lie", and the case of babies selling - isolated case.
A half years later in Chechnya there was revealed a criminal organization, engaged in child trafficking.
The operation to expose the "gang" involved three departments of Russian Interior Ministry: Main Department for Economic Security and Corruption Counteraction with the same department of the Chechen Republic and the Interim Operational Group of the Interior Ministry in the North Caucasus region. They have detained only two retired women suspected of "systematic newborn children trafficking". This was reported today on the website of the MIA of Russia.
According to the MIA, a 60-year-old resident of Hasavyurta - the medical employee of the central city hospital was seeking out for an infant for sale using her position and connections. was seeking out for the buyers and was engaged in direct implementation of the deal.
Law enforcement officials have recorded a few facts of sale of the children. In particular, on September 30, 2012, a deal, which resulted in the sale of a girl aged 1 year and 8 months, took place in Khasavyurt. A month later, on October 30, 2012, a boy, who was born five days ago, was sold 550 thousand rubles. On October 30, during the deal the 61-year-old suspect was detained in Grozny. Then, the employee of the medical institution was detained in the workplace.
One of the "yellow" online media reported that a gang of 12 people was involved in child trafficking in Chechnya. Supposedly, during four months it has sold at least 12 babies. Officially, the Russian Interior Ministry reports it is now searching other doctors in Makhachkala, Derbent and Khasavyurt, involved in child trafficking. Simultaneously they are identifying the parents of sold children. How many babies have been sold and how much people was involved in this is still unknown.
The head of information-analytical agency "Objective" Kheda Saratova was surprised by the reports on the Dagestani child trafficking in Chechnya. "As a Chechen, I can say it is unlikely that our people take someone else's children. Sometimes large families give away their child. I do not believe that our families can take someone else's child", she said in a conversation with the correspondent of the Big Caucasus. "Our society is sick, but not in these matters. Hardly you can find a Chechen who buys child in order to make him a member of his family. Though I have heard that Kadyrov has a non-Chechen child. But this was a charitable gesture. I think the purchase of children from other republics - this is inadequate information".