Murder in Berlin: final argument to thwart Nord Stream-2

In Berlin, near the Reichstag building, a former Chechen fighter, Zelimkhan Khangoshvili, was killed in broad daylight. The killer was caught by the police and declared as a citizen of Russia, in which a large sum of money and a ticket to Moscow were found. Another political scandal smelled in the air and, it seems, some people found the last way to disrupt the completion of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline.

Khangoshvili was killed on August 30, 2019. The killer rode up to him on a bicycle in a wig, shot in the back, then in the head and disappeared. Later, he threw the wig and weapons into the river, but was detained by the police, and the evidence was lifted from the bottom of the river by divers. According to German media reports, the killer was a 49-year-old Siberian, Vadim Sergeyevich. However, he does not make contact with the investigation and remains silent.

The elder brother of the murdered Khangoshvili immediately after that called the Russian FSB the customer of the crime. A spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, rejected any involvement in the crime of Russian government agencies. German media took a low profile. A big scandal with Russia, when it is only a few months before the completion of Nord Stream 2, Germany is completely unnecessary.

The killed Khangoshvili fought during the second Chechen war on the side of Shamil Basayev and Aslan Maskhadov. Under his command were 60 militants. He had connections with the terrorist Al Qaeda (an organization banned in Russia). Then he was hiding in Georgia. In 2008, he participated in the organization of battle groups to confront Russia. He survived the assassination attempt in Georgia, after which he fled to Germany, fearing new attacks. In Germany, he sought political asylum, but was refused. At the time of the murder, his appeal was being considered.

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  1. Verkhomnapule Offline Verkhomnapule
    Verkhomnapule (OLEG) 8 September 2019 11: 06
    There he is dear!
  2. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 September 2019 13: 28
    It is strange that right on this unfortunate Danish island no one was soaked, if they are trying so hard against the "flow" ... Though, like, because of the investigation, one could still slow down ...
    1. Paranoid50 Offline Paranoid50
      Paranoid50 (Alexander) 9 September 2019 21: 34
      Quote: Pyshenkov
      It is strange that right on this unfortunate Danish island no one was killed ...

      Yes, simply because it is stupidly not necessary. yes Not a fig does not depend on Denmark, and by giving up the "share", they only make it worse for themselves. This will practically not affect the construction - an extra two weeks, especially since the bypass option was ready a long time ago. And the Danes are buzzing with pshek - so they still have to ask the Russian Federation for permission to lay their lean Baltic Pipe, because according to the project it will cross the joint venture. Here's where you can play around ... fellow wassat
      1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
        Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 September 2019 21: 54
        ... I’m more like a joke. laughing
        1. Paranoid50 Offline Paranoid50
          Paranoid50 (Alexander) 9 September 2019 22: 02
          Quote: Pyshenkov
          I’m more like a joke ...

          Typically, if there was a need, then someone in the kingdom would be banged without hesitation, and not even one. yes laughing hi
  3. assault 2019 Offline assault 2019
    assault 2019 (assault 2019) 9 September 2019 22: 11
    It’s worthless that the special services are not directly involved in their duties - identifying places where terrorists are hiding and their physical destruction, if it is impossible to deliver to Russia and judge.
    For terrorists, the land must burn underfoot anywhere in the world so that they live like cowardly jackals. Constantly awaiting retribution for their crimes.
    Of course, the security services are more profitable and safer to protect, but once you need to work out your salary !!!
  4. Sergey Sergeev_2 (Sergey Sergeev) 10 September 2019 03: 16
    Why didn't they poison him, like the Violinist, with gas, or Litvinenko with polonium? I hope that a certain "Vadim Sergeevich" is not my relative, and it is strange that he did not have an FSB officer's ID, signed by Putin personally, with him.