Policeman. Photo: http://www.riakchr.ru

15 January 2017, 03:05

Ramzan Kadyrov accuses Imran Datsaev of killing policeman

Imran Datsaev, detained on January 14 in Grozny, is linked with the terrorist grouping "Islamic State" (IS), banned in Russia. Last autumn, Imran Datsaev killed a policeman by order of the terrorists. This was reported by Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.

On his Instagram page, Ramzan Kadyrov has confirmed the information about the detention of Imran Datsaev.

"On Saturday, law enforcers detained Imran Datsaev, an especially dangerous terrorist. Earlier, he has managed to flee during the special operation held in the village of Geldagan. He was caught near Minutka Square in the yard of the shopping centre 'Orbita'. Policemen cordoned off the gunman and offered him to surrender. He threw a grenade in their direction. Law enforcers managed to take Imran Datsaev alive," said, in particular, the leader of the ChechenRepublic.

According to Ramzan Kadyrov, in autumn of 2016, Imran Datsaev killed Police Senior Sergeant Ayub Dautmerzaev.

"He ... got an order from the 'IblisState' to kill any policeman and send a report to win confidence," wrote Ramzan Kadyrov. He has also added that Imran Datsaev is giving detailed testimony disclosing the names and sources from which he purchased a weapon.

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

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