TV story with participation of detained Khusein Khadizov himself, his father, a younger brother, and uncles, Grozny, November 23, 2017. Still picture of video by 'Grozny' TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcyXO5l216o

24 November 2017, 12:10

In Chechnya, relatives of suspected drug dealer publicly wish him to die

Khusein Khadizov, a resident of Chechnya, has been detained with a large batch of narcotic drugs, reported the law enforcement agencies for Chechnya.

"It has been found out that Khusein Khadizov, a native of the republic, a resident of Pyatigorsk, organized an uninterrupted supply of prohibited drugs to the region. The drug dealer was detained with drugs," reported an official from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) for Chechnya.

According to him, the detainee is taken into custody.

In the evening on November 23, in its news, the "Grozny" TV Channel showed a story with participation of detained Khusein Khadizov himself, his father, a younger brother, and uncles.

The detainee's father has stated that he "has been disgraced before the leader and the people." Other relatives of the detainee stated that "no one was aware of the Khusein Khadizov's activities." They also said that "he should have been destroyed at the place."

"All of us have been disgraced. None of us was aware that he was involved in such an activity. Let him be cursed like all those who follow him. He should have been killed at the place rather than detained," said one of the Khusein Khadizov's relatives.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

Source: CK correspondent

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