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wait me (2009) 03/08/2009

Film-document №81361 1 part, Duration: 0:43:06.6 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Igorj Kvasha, Mariya Shukshina

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Igor Kvasha takes pictures of the people found from the stand and tells stories of some of them.

On-line shooting: a man detained in Kiev who, under the guise of a volunteer program assistant, extorted money from people.

Visiting the program deputy head of the search department of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Colonel of Militia Yury Vasilievich Maslov and the Chief Department of Criminal Investigation of the Police Department on transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Colonel of militia Grigory Grigoryevich Tkachenko.

News on inspection of brick factories in Dagestan: according to the results of a large audit of all such enterprises, it is reported that there are many violations in terms of working conditions and living conditions, but no one is forcibly restrained anywhere, people can go home at any time.

Those who left tell the opposite.

The plot was filmed Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Dagestan Magomed Ismailov, Deputy Chief of the Public Security Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic Dagestan Sabir Yusupov, head of the State Labor Inspectorate for the Republic of Dagestan Arsen Bulatov, deputy head of the Center for Combating Offenses in the Consumer Market Kurban Abakarov.

Photos of people who may be in Dagestan:

Nikolay Zelenov (pronounced "Zernov"), 50 years old, in November 2005, left the Saratov region to work in Moscow.

Dmitry Nikolaevich Zelenov in 2008 went to Moscow to look for his father and also disappeared.

Vasily Krasnikov in 2005 went to work in the Moscow region, relatives say that they saw him in one of the plots about brick factories.

Nikolai Sadovnikov disappeared on May 19, 2004 in Kazakhstan.

Alexander Kasatkin disappeared in May 2006 in Udmurtia.

Sergei Rudakov disappeared in 2004 in Samara.

Sergei Kopytov, disappeared in 2006 in the Moscow region after demobilization.

Igor Zaitsev in 2004 went to work from Belarus.

Alexander Semenyuk from Belarus (without specifying dates and details).

Nikolai Migalchuk disappeared in 2008 in Ukraine.

Denis Fateev disappeared in 2005 in Krasnodar, in May 2009, the mother was informed that his son is in Dagestan.

Dmitry Dronin disappeared in 2008 in Astrakhan, the last call was in January 2009 from an unknown man who said that Dmitry will soon be home.

Yuri Khristenko disappeared on earnings in the suburbs.

Konstantin Agafonov disappeared on February 14, 2007.

The mother is looking for her son: Sadrudin Magomedovich Salamov, born in 1979, disappeared on October 14, 1999 in Makhachkala.

Wanted Israel (Igor) Murtazaliev, born in 1966, disappeared in 1992 in Stavropol.

Louise Rassukhanova is looking for friends about the orphanage № 10 and schoolmates for school № 29 in Grozny; Louise became a voluntary program assistant, an excerpt of the story about the grandson's return to her grandmother in April 2009, the boy was found, thanks to Louise.

Julia Karaseva is looking for a daughter: Daria Karaseva, born in 1995, disappeared on June 27, 2009, last seen on June 28 in Kashira, Moscow region.

Irina Timoshenko is looking for her husband: Alexander Maksimovich Tymoshenko went to work in the Gomel region in October 2008, contacted his wife in February 2009 and reported that he works in Kaspiysk, then wrote and called, but after three weeks the connection was cut off again.

The employees of the program were offered to participate in raids on brick factories, during one of the first such raids, Alexander was found, he himself approached the correspondents and asked for help in returning home.

The head of the department of the industry of the Agro-industrial complex for the Republic of Dagestan Valentin Ferhatov was shot in the plot.

All the participants in the filming said that no one was forcibly holding the workers, everyone was free to go home as soon as they wanted.

Irina's meeting with her husband in the studio.

The history of the search for Igor Alexandrovich Moshin.

Igor left for work from Belarus in October 2008, arrived in Moscow, at the Kazan railway station enlisted in a brick factory.

His wife, Nina Vasilievna Goncharova, filed a statement on the disappearance of her husband on February 2, 2009.

Filming took place in Dagestan and Slavgorod district of Belarus, the plot was filmed senior police officer of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Slavgorod ROVD Mogilev Oleg Maksimov, Deputy Chief of the Public Security Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Dagestan Sabir Yusupov, Head of the Center for Combating Offenses in the sphere of the consumer market Nazim Murtuzaliev, deputy head of the Center Kurban Abakarov, deputy minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Dagestan Magomed Ismailov.

Igor argues that workers are kept in factories forcibly, forcing them to write receipts that they are there voluntarily, and in the days of inspections everyone is hiding.

He himself was forced to write not only a receipt, but also a statement that his search was closed.

Comments of the guests of the program, discussion of modern options and causes of slavery.

The plot of Igor Moshin's return home.

Locations

Kiev [933] The Chechen Republic [756] The Republic of Dagestan [741] Belarus [2]

Family; Ministry of Internal Affairs