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Retrieved 14 April Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Some have been released, but in a new development, their passports were ripped up to keep them from leaving Chechnya, he said. Retrieved 6 May In a television interview slated for broadcast on July 18, Kadyrov reiterated his earlier contention that there are no gay people in Chechnya and denied that they had been arrested and tortured by his government. A 7 April press statement by the United States Department of State expressed concern "about the situation in the Republic of Chechnya, where there have been numerous credible reports indicating the detention". Lapunov, who is from Siberia, was the first to file a complaint with Russian authorities over the wave of arrests of gay people.

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The detainee was sent to a "secret prison".

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Anti-gay purges in Chechnya

There is not a single case of arrest on these grounds in Chechnya. An unknown number of men, who authorities detained on suspicion of being gay or bisexual, have reportedly died after being held in what human rights groups and eyewitnesses have called concentration camps. On 13 January 13In a statement released by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHRexpressed its concern with reports of additional arrests following an anti-purge in the Russian republic, and called on Russia to take action to halt the detention and abuse of gay and bisexual people in Chechnya. The Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov denied not only the occurrence of any persecution but also the existence of gay men in Chechnya, adding that such people would be killed by their own families. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

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On October 16, a surviving victim of the "antigay purge," Maksim Lapunov, filed a complaint with the Investigative Committee in which he alleged torture and provided information about extrajudicial killings. Kochetkov said the mass detentions began after the authorities got hold of the contacts on his phone. Human Rights Watch reported in that "it is difficult to overstate just how vulnerable LGBT people are in Chechnya, where homophobia is intense and rampant. The Russian authorities must protect their people from these human rights abuses, and conduct a credible investigation into these reports immediately. On 13 Aprila panel of five experts that advises the United Nations Human Rights Council called on Chechnya to "put an end to the persecution of people perceived to be gay or bisexual in the Chechen Republic who are living in a climate of fear fueled by homophobic speeches by local authorities".

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