Germany charges Russian man with planned hit on Chechen dissident | Crime News


Legitimate D has allegedly accepted an order to kill a Chechen opposition member residing in exile in Germany.

A Russian man has been charged in Germany with planning the killing of a dissident from Russia’s Chechen Republic, in accordance with German prosecutors.

Federal prosecutors stated in a press release revealed on Thursday that Legitimate D, whose final title was not launched for privateness causes, was alleged in early 2000 to have accepted an order from a member of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov‘s safety equipment to kill an opposition member residing in exile in Germany.

Prosecutors stated the designated sufferer and his brother have been critics of Kadyrov and vocally converse out for an impartial Chechnya on social media.

The precise killing was to be carried out by one other man, who pretended to simply accept the hit job for concern of repression, prosecutors stated.

The suspect was alleged to have obtained a firearm, ammunition and a silencer, and travelled to Germany within the second half of 2020 to obtain and help the opposite man in getting ready the killing, in accordance with the assertion.

Legitimate D was arrested on January 1, 2021, earlier than the killing may happen. He has been imprisoned since.

Final yr, a Berlin court docket sentenced a Russian man, 56-year-old Vadim Krasikov, to life in jail for killing a Chechen man from Georgia within the German capital in 2019 on the behest of the Russian authorities.

The homicide of Zelimkhan “Tornike” Khangoshvili, a 40-year-old ethnic Chechen of Georgian nationality, sparked outrage in Germany and infected diplomatic tensions between Berlin and Moscow.

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