Sources in Kadyrov's circle reported that brother of Amir Dokka Umarov, Ahmad Umarov, escaped from Ramzan Kadyrov's prison about 3 weeks ago. After "voluntary surrender" and "amnesty" Ahmad was being held in Kadyrov's prison cells of Hosi-Yurt.
About 2 years ago Ahmad Umarov was being shown on all Russian TV channels and the stories were being told that brother of Dokka Umarov "voluntarily laid down arms and decided to return to peaceful life". Ever since then nothing was known about the further fate of the "amnestied one".
The rumors that Ahmad Umarov escaped were indirectly confirmed when in the month of June about one thousand Kadyrov's collaborators and Russian invaders were scouring the nearby woodland of Hosi-Yurt for 10 days in a row. Back then the media released a report about some "military exercises" being conducted.
This was supposed to be the third escape of Commander Umarov's brother. KC's editorial staff has no further information on Mr. Umarov's fate.
Meanwhile sources inside Kadyrov's circle related the story about the underlying motive of why Ahmad Umarov decided to escape. According to these sources, if they are to be trusted at all, back in early June Ramzan Kadyrov discovered a note from Commander Dokka Umarov in his house. The note said,
"Either kill my brother or let him go. To confirm how serious my warning is, I am sending you two cartridges that you will find in your toilet."
The sources claim that Kadyrov really found two cartridges in his toilet. After that incident he replaced the entire security of his home.
Several days after the note was received Ahmad Umarov supposedly escaped.
So far it is not clear whether there is any connection between Commander Umarov's message to Kadyrov and the escape of Ahmad from the Hosi-Yurt prison.
Meanwhile there is much uncertainty and anxiety predominating in the camp of Kadyrov's pro-Russian accomplices. The signals that new ringleader of the Kremlin, Medvedev, has not been favoring Kadyrov much have been coming more and more often. The Yamadayev brothers (Kadyrov's rivals among pro-Russian collaborators, who have withstood the fight against Kadyrov) have been adding even more fuel to the fire of the unpleasant hearsay.
Hearsay has been going on in Chechnya that Ruslan Yamadayev allegedly made a public statement that "soon Medvedev will put an end to Kadyrov's destiny".
In private conversations the brother of Sulim Yamadayev was also bragging that they are supported by Russian defense minister Serdyukov, as well as Sergei Ivanov.
A big minus for Kadyrov was the widely-publicized story with two former Yamadayev's commanders nicknamed Hunter and Sherkhan, who went over to Ramzan Kadyrov and thus betrayed Sulim Yamadayev.
In late June, after June 20, units of pro-Russian accomplices (murtadin/apostates) under Hunter and Sherkhan were surrounded by the Caucasus Armed Forces (Mujahideen) in the mountains of Chechnya. Reportedly, they were asking help from Kadyrov's collaborators, but Kadyrov virtually left the Yamadayev's thugs alone. Nothing has been known about the fate of these two commanders ever since.
The story with them has become a graphic example for the rest of Yamadayev's commanders and rank-and-file apostates from the Vostok ("East") gang, who have now allegedly severed all contacts with Kadyrov's collaborators.
Meanwhile the situation in the mountains of Chechnya has most likely been getting more and more tense. According to both Yamadayev's and Kadyrov's sources, the Mujahideen shot down to Russian helicopter gunships last month.
Another KC's source told that on June 26 two units of murtadin (apostates) were shooting at each other in Vedeno District of Ichkeria. The source reported that the pro-Russian accomplices started heading for the woodland in two parallel groups in order to surround the supposed base of the Mujahideen. The Mujahideen, in turn, somehow managed to wedge in between them and attack both of the groups. As a result of this "provocation", the apostates were fighting each other for an hour and a half. 10 to 15 puppet militants were killed in the fierce clash.
This story was told to KC by one of the relatives of a collaborator killed in that clash.
Additional information on killing two hostages on June 28 was also forwarded to KC's editorial staff. The hostages were a man and a woman, relatives of one of the Mujahideen, native of Urus-Martan District. The hostages were brought to the scene of the meeting with a group of Mujahideen, who were supposed to surrender to Russian kuffar.
Back then the Mujahideen eliminated two high-ranking commanders of pro-Russian accomplices, including the notorious sadist and ringleader of one of the pro-Russian police gangs nicknamed Ahdan, well known all across Chechnya.
The man and the woman were brutally murdered. The murder of the woman was especially sadistic. KC's sources reported that her body was mutilated so much that the relatives were both physically and mentally unable to wash it before the funeral. The brother of that woman had to wash the dead body.
Another KC's source related some details of the clash in the village of Goity on July 2, when a gang of pro-Russian accomplices headed by notorious criminal Mutsayev was trying to capture one of the Mujahideen.
The eyewitnesses of the events told that Mutsayev's gang broke into the home of a local resident when they found out that the young men, who had recently left for the mountains, was visiting his family.
Yet the suddenness of the raid did not get the young fighter confused. He opened fire point-blank and made the apostates retreat from the front yard immediately. During the combat the Caucasus Mujahideen fighter eliminated 1 apostate and wounded several more.
The eyewitnesses reported that the pro-Russian accomplices could not even stick their heads out until the fighter left the village unimpeded.
After that incident the puppet mobsters tortured the parents of that fighter several times, while demanding that they make their son surrender to the Russian kuffar.