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Interfax: "Chechen court" sentences three militants to long prison terms

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  • mariuslab2002
    Chechen court sentences three militants to long prison terms ROSTOV-ON-DON July 31 (Interfax)- The Chechen Supreme Court found all defendants guilty in the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 31, 2007
      Chechen court sentences three militants to long prison terms

      ROSTOV-ON-DON July 31 (Interfax)- The Chechen Supreme Court found all
      defendants guilty in the criminal case of Asludi Visarigov, Khasan
      Abuyev and Khalid Aleroyev, the Southern Federal District branch of
      the Prosecutor General's Office told Interfax on Tuesday.

      "Based on evidence uncovered in the preliminary investigation
      conducted by prosecutors of the South Federal District branch, the
      court ruled that the accused in effect participated in illegal armed
      formations, banditry, murder and attempts on the lives of law
      enforcement officials, illegally possessed arms and committed other
      grave crimes," the Prosecutor General's Office said.

      The court found that in March 2001 Abuyev took part in the bombing of
      a bus carrying policemen from the Vedeno district of Chechnya. It also
      found that Visarigov participated in the murder of a deputy head of
      the Vedeno district police precinct in October 2000.

      The court said that prosecutors proved that Aleroyev was involved in
      the transportation and storage of arms and food for gang members and
      also carried out other requests.

      Visarigov received a sentence of 18 years in jail, Abuyev for 20 and
      Aleroyev six years.
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