Source Pravda.Ru

Head of Chechen criminal group detained in Ingushetia

The Russian Interior Ministry's North-Caucasian operative department in Ingushetia /a republic in the North Caucasus/ has detained the head of a Chechen criminal group.

The detainee, whose name is kept secret in the interests of the investigation, is 23. Among separatists he is also known as Spaniard. During the detention he had an ID of a Musa Mezhiev.

The Spaniard's accomplices were acting near the Alkhan-Yurt village. Investigators believe the band is guilty of killing two civilians from the village as well as blowing up two cars belonging to federal forces, which killed 5 and wounded 3 military men.

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