What if?

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What if Kadyrov did win the Melbourne Cup?

Melbourne Cup Controversy

Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of Chechnya's first president Akhmad Kadryov, was appointed president in February 2007

As the richest man in the former Soviet state, Chechen dictator Ramzan Kadyrov, “has” 99.9 per cent of the vote, a $ 1 million watch, a gold-plated gun and a stable of horses based in Dubai. One of these horses, Mourilyan, owned by Kadyrov,  had a good chance to win the Melbourne Cup along with 3 million prize money and the gold cup.

Kadyrov is implicated in many nasty things in Chechnya, in Russia and outside the borders of Russia. Personal enemies of Kadyrov die like flies in Russia and also in Dubai.

No, the shifty eyed Kadyrov didn’t win the Melbourne Cup, but there is still a moral dilemma: If Kim Jong-il applies to have a horse run next time, what should we do?” said Australian National University academic Leonid Petrov. Kavkazcenter

Kadyrov is a war criminal and a hardcore jihadist. WoJ reported, here: