Blood and honor

In the Caucasus Mountains, people have tended to follow particular traditions, including those of clan justice and blood feuds. In the 1990s, public execution was commonplace in Chechnya and Ingushetia. Proud people there have their own system of justice, and their own ways of achieving it. Times are changing, however, as people now lean more towards forgiveness than revenge. But as it's not always easy to forgive a murderer, the echo from a single shot can reverberate through the centuries.