Law enforcer. Photo: Denis Yakovlev / Yugopolis

06 January 2018, 13:32

Father of wounded man: MIA fails to act after shooting in Khasavyurt

People in masks wounded Idris Idrisov, a resident of Khasavyurt, from a traumatic pistol. However, no investigation is underway, since law enforcers are familiar with the attackers. This was claimed by advocate Magomed Idrisov, a victim's father.

According to advocate Magomed Idrisov, on December 29, in Khasavyurt, a fight occurred between his son and another young man, provoked by personal dislike. In the evening of the same day, several people came to the place of the incident, and they continued to argue with Idris Idrisov. Five of them opened fire and stopped shooting only after the son pretended to be killed, Magomed Idrisov told the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent.

According to advocate, the attackers shot his son Idris from a traumatic pistol. Meanwhile, the young man's car was shelled from a combat pistol, and the father himself found a shell on the place of the incident.

The wounded young man was taken to the hospital, where he underwent urgent surgery.

Magomed Idrisov believes the law enforcers are familiar with criminals and therefore they are not interested in the resolution of the crime. "There was a record from surveillance cameras at the place of the crime, and they made it to be unclear. They hided shells and rags with blood," Magomed Idrisov asserts.

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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