• Investigación

Russian Federation: Public appeal case: The case of Ali Khadaev

, Índice: EUR 46/046/2005

In April 2002 uniformed men took away Ali Saindinovich Khadaev, commonly known as Timur. His mother paid US$2,500, allegedly to obtain his release and he was released. In January 2003 a uniformed group of men came and took him to the district commander's office. His mother contacted local human rights organizations and the procuracy in order to open a criminal investigation into the "disappearance" of her son. Over a year later she still had no information whatsoever concerning his whereabouts. This appeal case asks that letters be written expressing concern about his wellbeing and urging his release.

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