Police have detained in Moscow Usman Akhmatov, a native of Grozny, Islam fundamentalist, who, according to the first-hand information, was an advocate of Wahhabite movement. Akhmatov, 30, who had lived in Moscow since 1996, was detained in his car at the police post near hotel Leningradskaya. The police found and confiscated two TNT charge sticks, detonators, grenades, safety fuses, and about 2,5 grams of heroin. As a result of the search in the Akhmatov's flat, operative officers discovered great amount of literature and Wahhabite posters. Criminal proceedings have been instituted. Police is trying to find whether or not the man participated in the subversive activity of illegal military formations.
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