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CK: Woman from Ingushetia states kidnapping of her son

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  • Norbert Strade
    Caucasian Knot Woman from Ingushetia states kidnapping of her son Apr 23 2010, 19:00 In Ingushetia, Ms Bokova, F. M., a resident of Karabulak accuses power
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 25, 2010
      Caucasian Knot

      Woman from Ingushetia states kidnapping of her son

      Apr 23 2010, 19:00

      In Ingushetia, Ms Bokova, F. M., a resident of Karabulak accuses power
      agents of kidnapping on April 21 of her son Bokov, Khizar Batredinovich,
      born in 1986, right from their house. The woman has addressed human
      rights entities and organizations asking to help in searching her son.

      She wrote in her application that on April 21 at 5 a.m. five unknown
      armed persons in masks and camouflage came to her flat in the
      Dzhabagieva Street. Two of them were without masks and said that they
      were GOVD (Chief Interior Department) employees, but gave no names and
      showed no documents. The others said nothing.

      The agents took the woman's son Khizar out and put into a car without
      license number plates. Then, they searched the apartment and took away a
      mobile phone, SIM-cards and parts of the home computer. Already after
      they left, the woman, as she asserts, found disappearance of about
      70,000 roubles.

      Nobody of the attackers said, where and why they took the detainee.
      Coming out to the street, the woman saw that the house was surrounded by
      several cars and trucks, most of them - also without number plates. In
      the opinion of the woman, it means that her son was kidnapped by certain
      employees of certain power agencies.

      Ms Bokova asks in her application the Ombudsman in Ingushetia D. M.
      Ozdoev, head of the Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization "Mashr" M. A.
      Mutsolgov, head the Republic's Public Movement "Chechen Committee of
      National Salvation" and employees of the Human Rights Centre (HRC)
      "Memorial" to help her in searching her son and defending his rights.

      So far no official comments on this incident have been made by power
      agencies of Ingushetia.

      http://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/13102/
    • Norbert Strade
      Caucasian Knot Woman from Ingushetia: advocate is not admitted to her son Apr 24 2010, 13:00 Fatima Bokova, a resident of Karabulak, reports that under
      Message 2 of 5 , Apr 26, 2010
        Caucasian Knot

        Woman from Ingushetia: advocate is not admitted to her son

        Apr 24 2010, 13:00

        Fatima Bokova, a resident of Karabulak, reports that under unofficial
        information her son Khizar in kept in Division 6 of the GUVD (Chief
        Interior Department), in charge of counteracting extremism. Earlier, the
        woman had informed human rights activist that on April 21 he was
        kidnapped by power agents from their house.

        "Our advocate was not let there; she was rudely prohibited to meet her
        client. The refusal was not explained. She went there at 6 p.m. and
        tried to get a pass; however, she was told that the working day was over
        and they shouldn't let her in," Fatima Bokova told the "Caucasian Knot"
        correspondent.

        According to her story, there is no official confirmation that Khizar
        Bokov is there, but she is absolutely sure. She said that mainly local
        militiamen work in Division 6 of the GUVD.

        "When they rushed into our apartment at dawn, they showed no documents -
        there were quite a lot of them. I opened the door myself; they moved me
        aside without saying a word and came in. Some of them spoke Russian,
        others - the Ingush language. They asked: 'Where is your son?' I told
        them that he was in bed," said Fatima.

        "They went to the bedroom and drove him out. I went out after them and
        saw that our whole yard was surrounded by people in masks and
        camouflage, with their sub-machine guns aimed at our house. There were
        two huge Ural lorries, five or six UAZ vans, a Gazel and other
        vehicles," she continued.

        Fatima is the head of one of the departments of Karabulak
        administration, and Khizar is a six-year student of the correspondence
        department of the local university, where he is trained to become an
        economist.

        Author: Lidia Mikhalchenko; Source: CK correspondent

        http://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/13120/
      • Norbert Strade
        Caucasian Knot Kidnapped resident of Ingushetia is at large Apr 26 2010 On April 25, Khizar Bokov, a resident of Karabulak (Ingushetia), who was taken away
        Message 3 of 5 , Apr 27, 2010
          Caucasian Knot

          Kidnapped resident of Ingushetia is at large

          Apr 26 2010

          On April 25, Khizar Bokov, a resident of Karabulak (Ingushetia), who was
          taken away from his house by power agents on April 21 to some unknown
          place, was let off home. Under unofficial data, all this time he was
          kept at Division 6 for counteracting extremism of the GUVD (Chief
          Interior Department).

          As written in his online-diary in the "Caucasian Knot" by human rights
          activist Magomed Mutsolgov, "we can state with absolute confidence that
          this is the best news of this year."

          Earlier, Fatima Bokova, a resident of Karabulak, had addressed Ingush
          human rights activists with her complaint that on April 21 employees of
          power agencies illegally took away her son Khizar Bokov from their house.

          Later, the woman reported the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent of the
          "Caucasian Knot" that, under unofficial information, her son Khizar was
          kept at Division 6 of the GUVD, and the advocate was not let to contact him.

          The mother said that she is heading one of the divisions in Karabulak
          administration, and Khizar is a sixth-year student of the correspondence
          department of the local university to be an economist. In the opinion of
          the woman, he cannot be involved in the underground.

          Ms Bokova added that she had submitted applications to the local
          Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) and FSB (Federal Security Bureau),
          and called to the Ingush President's hotline.

          Earlier, the Ingush MIA refused to make any comments on Khizar's
          disappearance.

          In 2009 in Ingushetia at least 18 persons were kidnapped, four of them
          were later found dead.

          The "Caucasian Knot" continues tracing the situation in Ingushetia and
          running the chronicle of local terror acts, bombardments and kidnappings.

          http://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/13142/
        • Norbert Strade
          Caucasian Knot Bokov released after kidnapping in Ingushetia plans to appeal against his detention Apr 27 2010 Khizar Bokov, 24, a resident of Karabulak, who
          Message 4 of 5 , Apr 28, 2010
            Caucasian Knot

            Bokov released after kidnapping in Ingushetia plans to appeal against
            his detention

            Apr 27 2010

            Khizar Bokov, 24, a resident of Karabulak, who was taken away from his
            house by power agents on April 21 and released on April 25, is going to
            complain of his illegal detention. He is sure, same as his relatives,
            that for four days he was kept in Division 6 of the GUVD (Chief Interior
            Department) engaged in fighting extremism.

            Khizar's mother - Fatima Bokova - says that her son looked bad and
            depressed when he returned home. Fatima suspects that he could be
            tortured, but he would not speak about it. The people who kept him told
            him nothing about where he was.

            "We don't know the story; who and why detained him. On Sunday, April 25,
            in the afternoon, they brought him to Karabulak and left near the GUVD.
            His belongings were not with him. The advocate was not let to him.
            Nothing was explained and no motives were moved. He was kept in a small
            cell without windows and doors, with one chair only. When they took him
            out, they put a plastic bag over his head. There was nothing in the
            cell, even no plank bed," Fatima Bokova told the "Caucasian Knot"
            correspondent.

            She says that he was asked about his friends, with whom he communicated,
            and about his connections; they spoke Russian, and all of them were in
            masks.

            "You'll get nothing from those who act by means of such methods; it's
            senseless to complain; it's just waste of time. I'm happy that my boy is
            alive. There is no agency, which could say that they had kept him," the
            woman is sure.

            Author: Lydia Mikhalchenko; Source: CK correspondent

            http://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/13151/
          • Norbert Strade
            Caucasian Knot Woman from Ingushetia states kidnapping of her son Oct 30 2010 Lisa Tseloeva, a resident of the city of Nazran, asserts that her 28-year-old son
            Message 5 of 5 , Nov 1, 2010
              Caucasian Knot

              Woman from Ingushetia states kidnapping of her son

              Oct 30 2010

              Lisa Tseloeva, a resident of the city of Nazran, asserts that her 28-year-old son Zurab was kidnapped.

              The woman told the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent that it happened on October 29, when several dozens of armed men in camouflage rushed into the Tseloevs' house in Khvoinaya Street. They gave no explanations and presented no IDs or documents, but took Zurab Tseloev away to some unknown place.

              "My son saw that someone was busy in the yard and leaned down from the window to grab him. At that moment a power agents, who had earlier run into the house, grabbed him, drying that Zurab wanted to run away from them. One of them hit him strongly with his machinegun barrel. Then, they tied him up with tape and took away," said Liza Tseloeva.

              "The unidentified armed persons took some things away from the house," she continued. "The son was half-dressed, in shorts; they were beating him in the street and kept abusing me and his wife in every possible way; they even frightened Zurab's young children. When they were leaving, they crushed his car."

              Relatives of Zurab Tseloev have applied to local human rights organizations and the republic's MIA asking to help to find him.

              Author: Alexander Sechin; Source: CK correspondent

              http://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/15017/
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