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Caucasus Emirate media: Conflicting reports about clashes between Amurian Liberation Army and Russian invaders in the Pacific

June 12, 2010

The following article is reprinted with permission from Kavkaz Center, Caucasus Emirate (mujahideen) news agency.

Conflicting reports about clashes between Amurian Liberation Army and Russian invaders in the Pacific
©  Kavkaz Center
June 11, 2010  12:12 Emirate Time

According to Russian terrorist media, Russians claim to kill two Amurians whom they believe belonged to one of the guerrilla groups operating in the Russian-occupied Far East under the general command of the fighter for independence of the Amur Republic, Roman Muromtsev.

Aleksander Sladkiy and Andrey Sukhorady, apparently ethnic Ukrainians, are named among the dead that Russian gangsters from the terrorist gangs of the FSB and the “interior ministry” killed in a clash on June 11.

According to the occupiers, they killed the guerrillas in a shop in the Amurian city of Ussuriysk.

The occupiers also said that a man named Vladimir Ilyutikov, a Russian judging by his surname, allegedly “surrendered” on 11 June. According to Russian gangster media outlets, Mr Ilyutikov walked to a store in Ussuriysk, apparently, to buy vodka, but then changed his mind and decided to “surrender” as a guerrilla.

Previously, Russian occupiers of the Amurian Republic reported that the guerrilla Amurian Liberation Army of Roman Muromtsev has been “blocked” by them in taiga. It is not known whether the two above-mentioned Amurians had anything to do with the freedom fighters.

Russian occupiers also reported that they “blocked”, apparently another rebel of the Ukrainian origin, Aleksander Kovtun, in a store of Ussuriysk. Some hours later, he apparently “surrended”.

On April, 10, Russia claimed that they had captured a guerrilla with an unspecified surname, as well as a freedom fighter Roman Savchenko. Some hours later, Russia refuted their lie about the caprure of the Amurians.

In the evening on April 10 the occupation authorities reported that there are supposedly two persons bearing the name Roman Savchenko. One is “innocent”, and another a commander of the Amurian guerrilla group.

The Moscow propaganda has also reported contradicting information about Roman Muromtsev. According to the first one, he has no relationship to guerrillas, he is a banal criminal. He stays at home and is afraid to go to the streets, fearing that he would be immediately killed.

According to the same Russian terrorist media outlets referring to “reliable sources”, Roman Muromtsev is a staff GRU officer with extensive experience of warfare, whose “value and system of views” changed.

Meanwhile, according to reports by Russian invaders, the Amurians they killed have nothing to do with any detachment of the Amurian Liberation Army of Roman Maromtsev, who formed People’s Army for the liberation of the Amurian Republic because, despite the assertion of “defeating the gang”, Russian occupiers declared that they “strengthened the border with China”, fearing that some freedom fighters would go there for rest and regrouping.

If the Amurian Liberation Army were really destroyed, then the Russians would simply had no reason to fear that some guerilla units would go to China.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center

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