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Re: ChRI Deputy Minister of Culture disappeared in Georgia

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  • Burak Oztas
    Somethings are wrong there, first he isn t a Deputy Culture Minister! (Who appointed him? When did he become a deputy culture minister?) Secondly, It is
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 31, 2009
      Somethings are wrong there, first he isn't a Deputy Culture Minister! (Who appointed him? When did he become a deputy culture minister?) Secondly, It is another meaningless and unrealistic accusing of Chechenpress. I don't belive that he was kidnapped by representatives of Caucasus Emirate. If he was kidnapped -if it is a true information-, then Russian security agencies must behind it. Chechenpress must give an end this kind of stories...

      Be Free
      Attorney Burak Oztas




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      From: Norbert Strade <nost@...>
      To: chechnya-sl@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Sat, October 31, 2009 7:11:10 PM
      Subject: ChRI Deputy Minister of Culture disappeared in Georgia


      Chechenpress and some other sites report that ChRI Deputy Minister of
      Culture, Education and Science Said-Husein Tazbayev has disappeared in
      Tbilisi, Georgia. He was expected to take his son home from a public
      swimming pool but never arrived. His family reported the disappearance
      to the local police on the following day. Tazbayev didn't carry any
      documents, so he couldn't have left the country in a legal way.
      Tazbayev had recently received "threatening calls from representatives
      of the Caucasian Imarat", according to Chechenpress. The police searched
      the homes of some of the suspected callers but didn't find Tazbayev there.
      There are no further informations at this moment.
      The Chechenpress article (in Russian) is here:
      http://chechenpress.info/events/2009/10/29/1f.shtml .

      Norbert




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