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12 december 2017 08:48
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Gazdiev Ibragim Mukhmedovich , 1978. kidnapped in August, 8, 2007.

In August, 8,at about 14:30, in the area Karabulak administration,Ibragim Gazdiev was kidnapped by some members of russian secret services,having special camouflaged clothes, masks and helmets on .The abductors were armed. When Ibragim Gazdiev,by his auto VAZ -21010, licence number plates «C 327 TM 06 RUS»,went to buy foods for workers (Ibragim was a head of the building materials store),he was blocked next to town administration building with minibus «Gazel»,from which some armed persons jumped out.They dragged Ibragim Gazdiev out of his auto and beating him threw into «Gazel». One of the attacker sat in Ibragim Gazdiev’s auto and then the cars left in an unknown direction.

In August, 10, 2007,Murat Zyazikov,Ingushetiya president,received Mukhamed Gazdiev (he is an invalid of 1st group-he has not both hands). During the reception,Murat Zyazikov,by M.Gazdiev’s words,promised him to look for his son as his own. M.M.Zyazikov sent for heads of all power structures and exhorted them to study out shortly in the given situation.

By fact of Ibragim Gazdiev kidnapping,born in 1978,procuracy of Ingushetiya instituted criminal proceedings. All of power structures was used in his searchings and as well,public and human rights organizations.

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