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ChP: Sick Raduyev compeled to tell lies

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  • mariuslab2002
    http://www.chechenpress.com/news/11_2002/8_27_11.shtml (translated) Sick Raduyev compeled to tell lies 27 November, Chechenpress correspondent A. Khalidov: The
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 30, 2002
      http://www.chechenpress.com/news/11_2002/8_27_11.shtml (translated)

      Sick Raduyev compeled to tell lies

      27 November, Chechenpress correspondent A. Khalidov: The Russian
      special services have made their last-ditch attempt to make the
      Danish authorities extradite the Chechen president's special
      representative, Akhmed Zakayev. To this end, they used [Chechen
      commander] Salman Raduyev who is in a Russian prison. Raduyev was
      sentenced to life imprisonment by a Russian court.

      Many people in Chechnya and abroad know perfectly well that the
      former Chechen commander, Salman Raduyev, cannot asses quite properly
      ongoing events following craniocerebral traumas he had received in
      the past. People in Lubyanka [HQ of the Russian Federal Security
      Service], where provocations are systematically prepared against
      Chechen politicians, are also well-aware of this. Because of Raduyev,
      two young Chechen mothers Dadasheva and Taymaskhanova have been
      languishing in a Russian prison for six years now. After unknown
      criminals bombed a railway station in Pyatigorsk, the girls were
      arrested by the Russian law-enforcement agencies. Raduyev said that
      the girls had carried out his order. They were sentenced to long
      prison terms on the basis of his testimony.

      Salman Raduyev, who is at the full mercy of the Russian special
      services, is now forced to give false testimony against Zakayev.
      Meanwhile, many people both in Moscow and Chechnya know that the
      deputy prime minister of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, Zakayev,
      has nothing to do with the [1999] invasion of Dagestan and
      kidnappings.

      We hope that knowing what ignoble provocations the Russian
      authorities are using to achieve their criminal goals, Danish justice
      will take no heed of Raduyev's testimony as he is suffering from a
      serious illness.
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