On February 26, a Chechen blogger Tumsu  Abdurakhmanov was attacked in Sweden. In March last year, a blood feud to him was publicly declared by a Russian official in the ChR Magomed Daudov. The attacker was arrested by the police. He turned out to be a Russian citizen Ruslan Mamaev. Some time later, his female accomplice, a citizen of the Russian Federation (RF), was also detained.

Now, on June 11, 2020, the Swedish Security Service (SÄPO) reported the arrest in absentia of another accomplice of R. Mamaev. The Service has not announced data about him. However, according to our information, this is a 39-year-old Russian citizen Imran Khaskhanov (1980.11.17).

A month before the attempted murder of T. Abdurakhmanov, in late January, another less famous Chechen blogger, 44-year-old Imran Aliev, known under the pseudonym Mansur Stariy, was killed in a hotel in the French city of Lille. Then the main suspect in this murder, a citizen of the RF Usman Mamadiev, managed to leave Europe and return to Russia.

It is possible that Imran Khaskhanov has long left Europe and he is on the RF territory now. As Gefle Dagblad newspaper points out, the man is probably not within the territory of Sweden.

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