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Terrorists Involved in Moscow Attack Make Daunting Confessions

This is the moment the gunmen suspected of carrying out an attack on a concert hall in Moscow are arrested by Russian authorities.

Videos shared online show three different men, who Moscow claims were responsible for the attack at the Crocus City Hall on Friday, allegedly being detained by a group of soldiers.

One of the suspects is seen shaking on his knees, with his hands bound behind his back, apparently confessing to carrying out the massacre, which left more than 140 people dead.

He was reportedly filmed while being held in the Bryansk region after he was found hiding in a tree while trying to flee to Ukraine, which has vehemently denied any role in the bloodbath.

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the massacre, which they have said came ‘within the context of a raging war between the Islamic State and countries fighting Islam’.

A video shows one of the suspects apparently confessing as he is kneeling with his hands bound behind his back.

He is quizzed: ‘Exactly what was offered?’, to which he replies: ‘To do these things for money’.

The interrogation continues: ‘Which things? What exactly?’. He replies: ‘These things, to kill.’

A soldier then asks: ‘To kill who?’. He responds: ‘They sent the location [on the Telegram messenger].’

The man goes on to say that he was told to walk into the venue and kill anyone, no matter who they were.

He said he had flown from Turkey on March 4 and had received instructions from unknown people via Telegram to carry out the attack in exchange for a one million roubles [£8,600].

He claimed he had followed a presumably Muslim ‘preacher’ on Telegram. He gave his name as Fariduni Shamsidin.

He said: ‘I listened to lessons, studied on Telegram. The preacher’s assistant suggested killing people, and promised me a million rubles.’

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He claimed not to know the name of the preacher of his assistant who had ordered the killings.

Another detained suspect said he had been promised 500,000 roubles [£4,300] for carrying out the act, and had received 250,000 roubles [£2,150] in an advance payment.

He added that more money was for ‘expenses’. ‘They delivered the weapons themselves,’ he said.

The orders came by Telegram messenger to kill people – ‘it doesn’t matter who’, he said. He added: ‘They gave me the location of the attack.’

A second video shows one of the detainees, whose face appears to be covered in blood, being carried along a path by men wearing military equipment.

A third man is seen in another video with his hands tied behind his back while sitting barefoot on a blue bench.

The group en route to Ukraine were reportedly apprehended by Chechen fighters loyal to close Putin ally and warlord Ramzan Kadyrov.

Kadyrov said: ‘Chechen fighters arrived at the given coordinates to the place where they were searching for terrorists around 3am and immediately began combing the area together with the FSB [special forces] and soldiers of the Leningrad Military District.

‘They successfully completed their task of capturing the killers alive, despite the risks.’

Another of the suspects, Ruslan Nazarov, reportedly went to see police of his own volition to say that he had been in Samara at the time of the terrorist attack. He may have been a previous owner of the Renault. .

Two helicopters and eight drones were scrambled in the Bryansk region to search for the fugitives, reported SHOT.

Yesterday’s attack was the deadliest in Russia in years and left the 6,000 capacity concert hall in Krasnogorsk, outside Moscow, in flames with a collapsing roof.

Russian state TV editor Margarita Simonyan said earlier today the death toll had climbed to 143, but did not give the source of her information.

Some 28 bodies were found in one of the Crocus City Hall toilets, it was reported.

Fourteen bodies were found on an evacuation staircase.According to sources, people were lying in families, reported Baza media.

Some died in an embrace as many mothers were found hugging their children.

RBC said CCTV analysis showed that the gunmen had been trained and had possible combat experience.

‘They studied the movement pattern in advance and thought over escape routes,’ said a source.

The terrorists left the Crocus City complex mingling with the crowds they had been seeking to shoot and burn alive a few minutes earlier.

RT propaganda chief Margarita Simonyan said the suspects had been stopped 100 kilometres [62 miles] from the border with Ukraine.

In a televised address, Putin said 11 people had been detained, including the four gunmen.

‘They tried to hide and moved towards Ukraine, where, according to preliminary data, a window was prepared for them on the Ukrainian side to cross the state border,’ he said.

The FSB security service said the gunmen had contacts in Ukraine and were captured near the border. It said they were being transferred to Moscow.

Chairman of the Russian parliament’s defence committee Andrey Kartapolov alleged that Ukraine and its patrons – the West – are the main stakeholders in the attack.

Neither Putin nor the FSB publicly presented any proof of a link with Ukraine, with which Russia has been waging war for the past 25 months.

Ukrainian military intelligence spokesman Andriy Yusov told Reuters: ‘Ukraine was of course not involved in this terror attack.

‘Ukraine is defending its sovereignty from Russian invaders, liberating its own territory and is fighting with the occupiers’ army army and military targets, not civilians.’

He said the FSB version that the suspects were arrested en route to Ukraine was ‘of course another lie from the Russian special services’.

READ 21 COMMENTS
  • Rocky Venti says:

    Too bad they didn’t get Vlad in the attack. He started all this shit by invading Ukraine; to what end, Vlad?

  • rcp5 says:

    Why are people claiming obummer is the brains behind all of this? Obummer is an idiot/fool. He is just a trained POS that is doing what he is told. There is big money behind him that needs to be exterminated. That will solve all of these worldly problems.

  • Guest says:

    The way I see the chessboard is the Ukraine has long been the playground and thus… infiltrated by the CIA. So, this ISIS BS is created by the CIA. This act and many others like the pipeline job and the calls for assassination of Putin involve both Congressional aisles, (think Lindsey Graham)as Bioweapon labs are big money. Destabilization of Russia by attacks like this, even Navalny is the work of US Intelligence agencies using Private contractors. Delegating to private contractors or countries are the same thing. The media is just part of the operation. So, the US and Russia are close to open war, which will ignite the world. Blackrock owns the weapons manufacture and delivery systems, with NATO members shuttled to their profit whoring order takers, using the death of people as their soulless hobby. How can people stop funding this madness and create peace, is the ?

    A “preacher” is not the language of the Middle East, and either is no visibility, hate speech or bragging. Anything like this secret op, offering money for the indiscriminate killing of gathered people is the work of our rogue US Intelligence private contractors with rogue psychopathic floating Generals. The same thing has occurred in the US, as gun control efforts ramp up. Americans will need them and community organization soon enough. Anyone bringing forth gun control is an enemy of this country, as are open border policies.
    The DOD was also the one ordering the Bioweapon shots.

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