Not ‘a real Chechen’: Ramzan Kadyrov denounces compatriot who fought Moscow riot police at protest in viral video


Chechen chief Ramzan Kadyrov has slammed Said-Muhammad Dzhumaev, the person who gained notoriety after preventing a number of riot police at a Moscow protest. He was caught final week trying to flee to Latvia.

The video of Dzhumaev’s martial-arts-style battle with cops, which was filmed throughout rallies in assist of jailed opposition determine Alexey Navalny, gained lots of of hundreds of views on-line.

“If he were a real Chechen, he would not have behaved this way,” Kadyrov mentioned, explaining {that a} man who stands by his views ought to reply for his crimes as a substitute of operating away.

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According to Grozny TV, Kadyrov additionally had a difficulty with the media describing Dzhumaev as Chechen.

“Media headlines deliberately mentioned the nationality of Dzhumaev, which is not acceptable,” he mentioned, stressing his perception that no person in Chechnya helps Navalny, who he known as a “disgraced oppositionist,” highlighting the activist’s anti-Chechen feedback up to now.

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Last week, Dzhumaev was arrested in a forest near the Russia-Latvia border, allegedly carrying two compasses and a map. He was then taken by police to Moscow to be interrogated.

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