Kadyrov wants those insulting on the Internet "killed, jailed & scared"
The politician explained that he was not calling for violence but was urging the police, special services and various youth organizations to trace down commenters who insult other users.
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said those who insult “the honor” of other users on the Internet should be punished. The leader of the Russian republic made the statement at a meeting with the regional government.
“Those who disturb the peace among people, gossip and quarrel… Unless we stop them, kill them, jail them, scare them, we don’t succeed,” BBC Russian Service quoted Kadyrov as saying.
Tsargrad notes that at the same time, the politician was not calling for violence but was urging the police, special services and various youth organizations to trace down commenters who insult other users.
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