On air of TV channel NTV Kadyrov, answering the question of how he received the report of Yashin until its official presentation, said that the full version of the study he received from Allah.
“Yashin was worried that in Chechnya will not be possible to circulate the report as if we have no social networks,” Kadyrov explained by the fact that he posted all the research on their pages in social networks, informs the Agency “RIA Novosti”..
Formerly the Yashin suggested that Kadyrov received the report because of an error “Open Russia”. Its employees received the study under the condition not to publish it before the presentation, but due to a clerical error, the report appeared on the website and hung there for 5 minutes.
Yashin called the situation unpleasant. “But, on the other hand, is to say thank you, Ramzan. I understand how to convey the report to the residents of Central Russia, the Urals and Siberia, the Far East. But the dissemination of the report in Chechnya seemed like a daunting task. However, Kadyrov me in this seriously helped,” he said.
The report Yashin, the presentation of which should only begin at 13:00 GMT, appeared in social networks Kadyrov on Tuesday morning. “Their attitude to this one-man show, I Express the fact that make copies of these things work. Don’t know what else is blah-blah, but written contains nothing more than chatter” — said the head of Chechnya.
The report “Threat to national security” consists of 10 chapters. The preamble explains that his task is “to open the eyes of Russian society to the fact that Ramzan Kadyrov with the connivance of the country’s leadership and intelligence services became a figure representing a threat to national security of Russia”.
Yashin recalls that Kadyrov was on the side of the rebels during the first Chechen war. When the current head of Chechnya after his father Akhmad Kadyrov moved to the side of the Federal forces, he formally commanded a platoon of a company patrol-sentry duty of the Ministry of interior, but in fact, having at its disposal about a thousand fighters, was led by the security service of the father, indicates Yashin. The division is largely replenished by amnestied militants, he adds.
The following chapters describe how Kadyrov became the head of Chechnya, as he organized the current political system in the country. In addition, Yashin with reference to open sources talks about the possible involvement of people from Kadyrov’s environment to the high-profile murders. He also writes about “the Moscow patrons” of the head of Chechnya, which calls the former first Deputy head of the Kremlin administration Vladislav Surkov, a long time in charge of domestic policy, and Deputy Minister of internal Affairs Viktor Zolotov, who from 2000 to 2013 was head of security service of President Vladimir Putin.
The last Chapter contains 20 questions Yashin to Kadyrov. In particular, the author asked the head of Chechnya, how many people he killed and gave him the orders of Shamil Basayev, as well as whether its goal the secession of Chechnya from Russia.