Chechnya: Attacker on National Guard military base arrested
One of the people who attacked a National Guard of Russian Federation military base was arrested in the Chechen Republic, according to investigative agencies of the Russian Federation.
The arrestee is 21 y. o. Ibragim Dzhamalov. He is accused of participating in the attack. The man has pleaded guilty. The law enforcement agencies are working on taking him to custody.
May we remind you that the base was attacked in the Naursky District, Chechnya on March 24. The attackers armed with firearm and knives burst into the base and went on a killing spree. 6 soldiers were killed and 3 wounded as a result. The base personnel managed to kill 6 attackers despite casualties.
A criminal case was opened for breaking several articles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, including 'Organization of an Illegal Armed Formation, or Participation in It' and 'Encroachment on the Life of an Officer of a Law-enforcement Agency.'
The police arrested Dzhamalov as a result of a carefully planned operation. Dzhamalov said there were 8 attackers. The police is examining his testimony. The investigation managed to identify another attacker. He has been put on the wanted list. The investigation continues.
Video: Video of the attack on National Guard military base in Chechnya
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