Doctors CAR not found traces of torture on the bodies of killed Russian journalists
Moscow. 2 Aug. INTERFAX.RU — Local doctors, who examined the bodies of those killed in the Central African Republic Russian journalists have not found in them signs of torture, reported to the foreign Ministry.
Earlier, the Central African publishing Palmares Centrafrique, citing its sources reported that three Russian journalists kidnapped and interrogated rebels from the detachment of Noureddine Adam, one of the leaders of the Muslim rebel movement Seleka. They control the neighborhood of the city of Tekoa, which is halfway between sibut and Kaga-Bandoro where they were killed by the Russians.
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In the “control Center investigations” businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky, which reporters went to Africa to shoot a film about private military companies, said that local journalists are “hard to trust” and that the center has no confirmation of the kidnapping and interrogation of the Russians before the murder.
As it became known on July 31, in the Central African Republic in an attack by gunmen killed a Russian journalist Orkhan Jemal, Director-documentarian Alexandr Rastorguev and operator Kirill Radchenko. According to one version, they became the victims of robbers.
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