- ... As well as the assassination might have been previously planned by the criminal structures of occupiers in order to cover-up their own crimes; widelyMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 2, 2001View Source
> Interfax sources said they believe the murder was "previously-------------------------------
> planned." "It might be the case that guerillas want to show their
> impunity and take revenge on federal forces," the commandant office
> A criminal investigation into the murder has been opened. [RU
> EUROPE ASIA EEU EMRG CRIM VIO] va cj <>
As well as the assassination might have been "previously planned" by
the criminal structures of occupiers in order to cover-up their own
crimes; widely spred lootings, war crimes etc. which so far nobody
tried or condemned at any court in Russia - and very likely never
But it depends on what Mr deputy prosecutor actually was doing or how
he was as a person. Anyway, his surname Grigorian doesn't sound
very Russian but more like Armenian etc.
- http://www.interfax.ru/show_one_news.html?lang=EN&tz=0&tz_format=MSK&i d_news=5046342 03.12.2001 14:44 Russian soldiers killed prosecutor - Chechen townMessage 2 of 4 , Dec 3, 2001View Sourcehttp://www.interfax.ru/show_one_news.html?lang=EN&tz=0&tz_format=MSK&i
Russian soldiers killed prosecutor - Chechen town administration head
GROZNY. Dec 3 (Interfax) - It was Russian servicemen manning a
checkpoint that shot Chechen deputy military prosecutor Roman
Grigorian on Saturday, not rebels, Argun administration head Movsar
Temirbayev said in the Chechen House of Government on Monday.
Grigorian's car tried to pass the checkpoint at high speed without
allowing servicemen to check it, Temirbayev said. They opened fire,
killing Grigorian and badly wounding his chauffeur Magomed Magomedov.
Investigators want to find out why Grigorian was speeding into Argun
A staffer in the Chechen commandant's office told Interfax earlier
that rebels had killed Grigorian. An automatic weapon was fired at his
car on Shosseinaya Street at about 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, he said.
Instead of carefully reported "previously planned" act of the "rebels"
the deth of the deputy prosecutor turns suddenly an "accident".
* What if Mr deputy prosecutor tried to escape bullets those looting
and drunken soldiers at the checkpoint targetted him?
Somewhy this is the first time the Russians admit such an "accident".
- http://www.kavkaz.org/english/news/2001/12/04/news3.htm The staff of command of Chechen mujahideen informs about successful special-operations againstMessage 3 of 4 , Dec 5, 2001View Sourcehttp://www.kavkaz.org/english/news/2001/12/04/news3.htm
" The staff of command of Chechen mujahideen informs about successful
special-operations against invaders in different regions of the
country. In Argun, as a result of the planned actions was destroyed
high-ranking military officer, so-called assistant of the military
prosecutor of the United Grouping of Troops (UGT) in the North
Caucasus, Colonel Roman Grigoryan. Colonel was destroyed during
performance of large-scale plan of physical neutralization of the key
personnel of national-traitors and Russian occupational-terroristic
A "planned action" again on Grigoryan's life !
Just wondering anew why is this incident that important to be
described as an "shooting accident", e.g. this especial colonel
was to die due to "friendly fire" instead of Chechen fire?