A new video of Zarema Musayeva’s “detention” has been published: she falls, undressed

an elderly woman was sent a whole group. Истoчник www.mk.ru Musayeva's son later stated that he thought his mother was forced to take some drugs before filming. Later, the Chechen authorities stated that Musaeva allegedly attacked one of the security forces, for which she threatened with a criminal case. At the end of last week, the European Union issued a statement in which it demanded that the Russian federal authorities intervene in the situation with the persecution of oppositionists in the Caucasus and, in particular, release Musaeva. The men dragged Musayeva by the hands, lifted her by force from the floor in the elevator, where she had fallen, and dragged her to the exit. He suggested that relatives could be forced to publicly slander his family. Elena Milashina. The footage shows how the wife of a retired judge of the Chechen Supreme Court, Saidi Yangulbaeva, the mother of human rights activist Abubakar Yangulbaev and blogger Ibragim Yangulbaev, are taken away from home by Chechen security forces. Judge Yangulbaev left the Russian Federation with his daughter shortly after the “detention” wives. The Kremlin has not yet commented on Kadyrov's statements, the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov called Musayeva's abduction “fantastic”. Abubakar Yangulbaev, meanwhile, said that in Chechnya, a dozen and a half of his relatives, both on the paternal and maternal side, had stopped communicating. Following the terrorists, he ranked the member of the Human Rights Council Igor Kalyapin and the journalist of Novaya Gazeta. As follows from the records, the woman was taken out into the street without outerwear, in slippers, without letting her take any things with her. Former judge of the Chechen Republic Saydi Yangulbaev and his wife Zarema Musaeva Photo: Social networks Rise” publication published recordings of CCTV cameras installed in the entrance of the house in Nizhny Novgorod, where Zarema Musaeva lived. He pointed out her lethargy in the video. Sons Abubakar and Ibrahim, according to a number of media reports, left the country earlier. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, had previously called family members involved in terrorism and demanded their detention, and in case of resistance, liquidation. In that recording, the woman claimed to have been treated well and respectfully and provided with diabetes medication. A video with her, filmed after her delivery to Chechnya, was also distributed.