The European court of human rights on Wednesday, November 30, dismissed the appeal of 18-year old citizen of Russia, whom German authorities suspect of involvement in terrorism and going to be deported to Russia. This was reported by Deutsche Welle.
A native of Dagestan tried to avoid deportation.
The court found no evidence that after the deportation to Moscow of a young man awaiting torture or ill-treatment – usually these facts are in the cases, when prisoners associated with the conflict in the North Caucasus. However, the suspect left the Dagestan at the age of three years and cannot be connected to this conflict, the court’s decision.
Although the suspect is a native of Dagestan, but almost all his life he lived in Germany. German intelligence agencies suspect him that he has expressed support for the terrorist organization Islamic state and expressed thoughts of suicide. In correspondence with the Islamist from Essen, he claimed that he is ready to commit a terrorist act.
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