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12 december 2017 08:44
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Ruslan Magometovich Poshev, kidnapped 14.05 2011.

The parents of Ruslan Magometovich Poshev born in 1982, native of the settlement of Dongaron, Prigorodny district of Ingushetia, reported abduction of their son to human rights center «Mashr». In their opinion, the abduction was committed on May, 14, by members of the top brass who accuse the young man of involvement in armed underground.

According to the parents, Ruslan’s friends last saw him in Karabulak. At about 12:00 Ruslan left for Nazran in his car. During his trip the telephone communication with him was broken.

The young man’s parents report that two hours after the breakage of communication armed and masked people burst into the house in the settlement of Dongaron, Prigorodny district, where he lived and started an unsanctioned search. «They said that our son had become a member of gangsters’ underground. One of the officers added: «If your son is not guilty of anything we will release him soon», Poshev’s parents said.

«On the same day and several days after that we and a lot of our fellow villagers saw a mobile post of uniformed men in cars without state identification numbers in the highway Dongoron – Chermen we had never noticed before», Ruslan’s parents said. – We have still no news about Ruslan or his car. We have reasons to believe that Ruslan was kidnapped by members of the top brass».

 

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