Dagestan Head takes case of Akim Kuliev who disemboweled himself after tortures under personal control
The detention of Akim Kuliev and his desperate act caused huge public outcry.
The Acting Head of Dagestan republic of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Vasilyev, has promised to conduct a personal check of Akim Kuliev's case, after he had ripped open his stomach with a tile of splinter after tortures in a police dept. This was reported by the press service of the regional administration of the republic.
It is specified that the regional governor has already discussed the situation with the acting prosecutor of the region, Abdulgamid Gamidov, as well as with the Commissioner for Human Rights in Dagestan, Ummupazil Omarova, and the acting Minister of Internal Affairs in Dagestan, Sergey Karpov.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, Kuliev’s childhood friend and fighter of UFC association Habib Nurmagomedov spoke of the desperate act of Kuliyev on his Instagram. The picture published in his Instagram showed a man on a stretcher with a wound in his stomach.
Nurmagomedov told that security officers tried to beat out recognition in an arson of administration of Rutulsky district from Kuliev, and called on the authorities, politicians, and athletes to pay attention to this incident.
Besides Kuliev, Suleyman Guseynov and Muradin Eminov are also connected to the case. As mass media reported, their wives and children were threatened with a weapon. All three are accused of an arson of the administration, Possession of Drugs and Ammunition (part 2 of Art. 167 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, part 2 of Art. 222 and part 2 of Art. 228). After the publication of the photo, the police reported that a service check had been initiated on the case.
In 2015, the members of the organized crime group were acquitted by the Moscow Regional Military Court, however, subsequently, the sentence was revoked by the Supreme Court, and the case was joined with that related to two other members of the gang.
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