Suspected of homosexuality Chechens tried to kidnap in St. Petersburg

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Photo: Vadim Zhernov / RIA Novosti

People from Chechnya Zelimkhan Akhmadov, who fled the Republic due to the suspicion of homosexuality, tried to kidnap in Saint-Petersburg. The police managed to detain the attackers, now they are in office, said on Friday, July 13, “the New newspaper”.

As the newspaper notes, among the captors 20-the summer young man was his father, businessman Ali Ahmadov, as well as the police — according to eyewitnesses, “not Slavic appearance”.

Zelimkhan lived in an apartment for a refuge, which he provided to human rights activists from the Russian LGBT network. On Friday afternoon he left the house to take out the trash — this time grabbed him and pushed him into the car.

At home the young man several times, illegally detained and beaten. The staff of the Chechen police told relatives Akhmadov that you think he’s gay. According to the victim, the guards urged his brother to commit “honor killing”.

In early April of 2017 in “Novaya Gazeta” published a material that in the Republic of homosexuals are detained, sent to prison, tortured and killed. Later in the publication have compiled a list of 22 victims. The Chechen authorities have not confirmed the information and called the reports of journalists provocation, the press Secretary of the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov, Alvi Karimov claimed that in Chechnya there is no gay.

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