Necrophilic Russian killer colonel eliminated in Moscow

Last update: 10 June 2011, 17:28 Publication time: 10 June 2011, 14:13 A colonel of the Russian army Yury Budanov has been eliminated in Moscow. “The best Russian” called him the Russian patriotic movement after the Kremlin launched a farce with the so-called “trial” in connection with the brutal murder of 17-year old Chechen girl Elsa Kungayeva in the village of Tangi-Chu followed by an act of necriphilia. Russian poets and singers wrote a song, praising the necrophilic colonel as a Russian hero. The Russians know better what their real heroes are. It is to be recalled that the Russian hero Budanov abducted a Chechen girl, took her to his unit, brutally tortured her, and when she died, he sadistically raped the dead body. Budanov said that he had raped the girl’s dead body while in the heat of passion, because, they say, she was a “Chechen sniper”. In 2003, Budanov was formally sentenced to 10 years in prison. In fact, the necrophilic colonel never stayed in prison and was secretly released after trial. In December 2008, the court in Dimitrovgrad (Ulyanovsk region), where Budanov was formally “completing his sentence”, authorized the parole for the Russian officer. It is to be recalled that in 2001, the units of Emir Khattab and Shamil Basayev routed in a battle near the village of Janni-Vedeno a group of the Permian special police unit, killing more than 40 invaders, and capturing 11 Permian commandos. The Chechen side has offered to exchange the imprisoned commandos to colonel Budanov. The Russians refused, after which the captured invaders were executed. At that time, the Mujahideen Command sentenced Budanov to death with no term of prescription. Meanwhile, Russian media outlets report some of the details on the elimination of Budanov. It is reported that the necrophilic colonel was shot dead in downtown Moscow on Friday afternoon near a house # 38/16 on Young Communists Avenue. Budanov was leaving a notary’s office when a man approached him and fired from his pistol with a silencer in his head (see the video from the scene). Moscow is confident that the operation of the elimination of Budanov was carefully prepared and that he had been shadowed for some time. It is reported that a burnt car, which used by a sabotage group, and a pistol with a silencer, were discovered. Meanwhile, according to other sources, as reported by a KGB website LifeNews, Budanov was shot six times straight from a car. Four bullets hit the head of the colonel. How many people were in the car is unknown. The car waited for Budanov in a yard for several minutes. Russian KGB nationalists have reacted to the elimination of their national hero. One of the leaders of the KGB movement “Russians”, Dmitry Demushkin, threatened with “a surge of nationalist sentiment” in Russia in connection with the elimination of Budanov. According to him, “the nationalists have no doubt that the traces of the murder are leading to Chechnya”. Russian human rights activists condemned the elimination of the necrophile. The head of the Moscow Helsinki Group Lyudmila Alekseyeva made a statement. It is to be recalled that after the martyrdom of Shamil Basayev, Alekseyeva who is considered to be an old KGB/FSB agent, publicly expressed her joy in connection with his death and even gave an interview on this occasion to the Interfax news agency. Alekseyeva said then: “It would have been fine if Basayev were caught. But this is a rare case when news of the death of a person is met with satisfaction”. The head of the Civic Assistance Committee, Svetlana Gannushkina, also suspected in working for the KGB/FSB, condemned the elimination of necrophilic colonel. “I condemn this murder and I believe that it is a crime”, said Gannushkina. Department of Monitoring

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