The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov believes that the murder in Austria Mamehana Umarov, known as Anzor from Vienna, are “intelligence services working against Russia.” Their victim was killed February 2020 in France, the Chechen blogger Imran Aliev, known under the name of Mansour Old, he said. According to Mr. Kadyrov, he became convinced of the bias of “the information machine that hyped version of” about his involvement in the murder. “And Anzor from Vienna, and Mansour Old, and other bloggers who are earning on the idea of pseudo-patriotism, became and will be victims of the security services working against Russia, and in particular, me. They know that the Caucasus borders of Russia protected me and my faithful team. They don’t like it— wrote Ramzan Kadyrov in his Telegram channel.— Should the defenders start to “feel” for someone’s life, as she soon stops”. The head of Chechnya said that the security services know about the traditions, according to which “the Chechens are asking for abuse, even decades later”. Therefore, they generate bloggers, and then eliminate “howling,” he said. “Instead, find other. And then they encourage people to come to rallies and to cause political repercussions against Russia. Strange, because the protesters literally a month before the murdered man was called not only as a traitor,— wrote the head of Chechnya.— Do not become a puppet, take care of their families. Otherwise the same fate awaits you, and will accuse Kadyrov and his team”.4 July in the city of Gerasdorf bei Fault, near Vienna, found the body of 43-year-old Russian with a gunshot wound. After there was speculation that the victim of Mamichan Umarov, known as Anzor from Vienna. Since 2005 he lives in Austria, local papers issued in the name of Martin Beck. Mr. Umarov has led YouTube channel, which in particular criticized the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov. Murder read in the material “Kommersant” “In the Chechen videoblogger signed killer”.
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