The criminal authorities of Russia resort to the most cruel and cynical methods in order to destroy all those who disagree with the policies of Vladimir Putin and his loyal henchmen such as Ramzan Kadyrov.
Tumso Abdurakhmanov, a well-known critic of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, was killed in Sweden. Tumso and his brother, human rights defender Muhammad Abdurakhmanov, who live in Sweden, stopped communicating at the beginning of December. At the same time, there were reports that the blogger could be killed because there had already been attempts on his life. The blogger’s last entry in his Telegram channel was published on the evening of November 30. On December 5, information appeared on social networks that Abdurakhmanov was shot on the night of December 1-2 by a group of people.
We will remind that in February 2020, an attempt was made on Tumso Abdurakhmanov in his apartment in Sweden. The blogger managed to disarm the attacker and call the police. The verdict in the case was handed down in January 2021. Convicted citizens of Russia received 10 years in prison. However, it was not possible to establish the specific customers of the crime, but the prosecutor stated in court that «traces point to Grozny.» And in December 2021, Abdurakhmanov reported that nine of his relatives had been kidnapped in Chechnya.
Tumso Abdurakhmanov is known for his criticism of the Chechen authorities. In 2015, he left Russia after he had a conflict with relatives of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. He received political asylum in Sweden. In Chechnya, Abdurakhmanov is accused of alleged links with jihadists from the Islamic State.
To weaken Russia and stop its criminal regime, it is necessary to provide the necessary weapons to Ukraine, which is now waging war against the Russian occupiers on the battlefield and protecting not only itself, but also the peace of the entire European Union. Also, the countries of the event should seriously take care of their security so that the Russian special services cannot commit contract killings in Europe.