MOSCOW, November 23 (RAPSI) – The Basmanny District Court on Monday received a motion from investigators seeking to detain a chief of a Dagestan’s police district department Gazi Isayev until January 4 as part of a case over two two terrorist attacks committed at the Moscow metro stations in 2010, the court’s press service told RAPSI.
The policeman is charged with participation in a criminal community with the use of job position, banditism, and terrorism.
According to the investigation, Isayev being a member of the Imarat Caucasus terrorist organization banned in Russia used his job position to provide criminal network’s leaders with information on special operations of the Kizlyar District Department of the Interior against illegally armed militia groups in 2009 through 2010.
Moreover, investigators claim, the accused personally took by car one of the suicide bombers with a fixed explosive device to a bus stop in Kizlyar for her further road trip to Moscow.
On March 29, 2010, two female suicide bombers from Dagestan Maryam Sharipova and Dzhanet Abdurakhmanova (Abdullayeva) blew themselves up at the Moscow subway stations Lubyanka and Park Kultury, according to law enforcement bodies. As a result, 40 individuals died, over 100 people were injured.