After four days with is erupting in the French city of Dijon, goes the Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, now into the matter, in which he shows support for the balladens one side.
'the Authorities did not respond, as they should have done. I believe, therefore, that the chechens are committing acts were correct,' it sounds it, among other things, in the declaration.
the Ballad took its beginning, as a 16-year-old boy with a chechen background were subjected to violence, allegedly committed by drug dealers with a north african background.
Videos from eyewitnesses in Dijon shows how among other things, is being used fully automatic weapons during the unrest. Video: Private/Twitter
the attack took place earlier this month in the neighborhood Grésilles, which has a large north african population. This was the spark for a love affair, where the chechens demanded blood for blood,
In the following Guardian com chechens travelers from both the rest of France and from Belgium and Germany to assert itself.
On social media has since been able to see both photographs and video pieces that document the shenanigans. The images have among other things shown the burning of cars, just as there have been images of the masked men, who posed with revolvers, pumpguns and automatic rifles.
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the French Gendarmerie was dle of the authorities ' attempts to curb the unrest. Photo: Philippe Desmazes
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the Police have tried to curb the unrest, in which, among other things, has implemented anholdelsesaktioner directed against the chechens.
Friday issued Ramzan Kadyrov, a statement of support for the chechens, writes among other things, the Guardian. The university of copenhagen, was widely circulated on social media, or by Telegram.
Here write Kadyrov, that the triggering factor was the attack committed by north african drug dealers and the police's subsequent inactivity.
'There is were not talking about a racial conflict. Local authorities could deal with drug traffickers, so the younger generation took the matter into their own hands', writes Kadyrov.
'They stood together and confronted drug traffickers,' says the statement.
'I'm sure the citizens of Dijon in advance are tired of these lowlifes,' he writes moreover, in its statement of support.