"I can report that those provocative articles that write about the Chechen Republic, about people, about the events that we supposedly occur, detention..." — began to report to President Kadyrov. "What?" — asked the head of state. "Good, in quotes, people write about what we have in the Republic — even to talk about it's uncomfortable — people are detained, killed," — said the head of Chechnya.

According to Kadyrov, these "good people" who told him about the persecution of individuals based on sexual orientation in Chechnya, the name of one of the victims of such "cleansing" — Has Tepsurkaev.

"Said that he was killed, and he is at home. Plain text is first insulted him, then accused the government that killed him, and he is alive, healthy. Here are the unconfirmed facts around the Republic are in year two or three times, and this is the first situation in this format," — summed Kadyrov.

Telling the President about the state of Affairs in the Republic, the head of Chechnya stressed that the security of the region is "in good standing". "Street crime we have no serious threats of a terrorist orientation have not. Republic of, shall we say, confidently moving forward," he added.

Earlier Wednesday, 19 April, "Novaya Gazeta", told about the persecution of gays in Chechnya, have received an envelope with the signature of the sender is "terrible" and index "666666" without a detailed return address with the name of General Director Sergey Kozheurov with white powder of unknown origin inside.

13 April, "Novaya Gazeta" published a statement about open threats edition. Beneath them meant the resolution adopted by the meeting of Chechen scholars in the Central mosque of Grozny on April 3 that contains the words: "Retribution will overtake the true instigators, wherever and whoever they were, no Statute of limitations".

The statement was made in connection with publications about the arrest in Chechnya, about 100 gays. According to the newspaper, detainees held in secret prisons and tortured, demanding to name the names of other gays at least three people were killed. Chechen authorities deny the existence of prisons for gays, and gays in Chechnya.

On the eve of the words of the author of resonant investigations of Elena Milashina it became known that the TFR began checking on publications. The investigation called earlier and Amnesty International, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe has also requested the Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova.

Last reported on the audit yesterday, saying that she had sent requests to the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, interior Ministry and Prosecutor's office of Chechnya, but everywhere she reported that cases of missing people appeals to him on this occasion was not. Chechen human rights activists, too, found no prison for gays.