04 November 2020, 12:58
Arguments of suspect of attempting Tumso failed to convince the blogger
Ruslan Mamaev, accused of attacking the blogger, Tumso Abdurakhmanov, had to disobey the order of those who sent him to Sweden from Grozny, the blogger asserts.
The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that the consideration of the case on the assassination attempt began on November 2; and the accused, Ruslan Mamaev, has partially admitted his guilt. He insists that he had not planned to kill Abdurakhmanov, but he could not disobey the people who had sent him to Sweden from Grozny. Mamaev said that he knowingly "failed the mission." The woman accused of aiding the attacker, completely denies her guilt.
Tumso Abdurakhmanov said that the person accused of attacking him is not a Chechen. At the same time, Mamaev is a citizen of Russia and lives in Moscow.
As for the woman accused of aiding the attacker, her name, according to Abdurakhmanov, is Elmira Shapiaeva. "She is a Chechen, lives in France and is a refugee," the blogger has noted.
According to Abdurakhmanov, Imran Khaskhanov, arrested in absentia, is also a Chechen and a citizen of Russia.
The blogger has critically perceived Mamaev's words that he could not disobey the people who sent him from Grozny to Sweden. "I think that Mamaev could and should have disobeyed," Tumso has stated.
Author: Oleg Krasnov Source: CK correspondent