In Astrakhan will consider the appeal on repeated denial of PAROLE Dzhemilev

В Астрахани рассмотрят апелляцию на повторный отказ в УДО Джемилеву

The Astrakhan regional court on Thursday will consider the appeal of protection on a repeated denial of parole to the son of the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Mustafa Cemil — Hayser Dzhemilev, convicted of causing death by negligence, RIA news lawyer Nikolai Polozov.

The General Prosecutor’s office on 25 February reported that Dzhemilev is denied parole due to the negative characteristics of the lack of incentives and four outstanding penalties. In late April, the Astrakhan regional court upheld the decision of the court of first instance about refusal in his parole. The Soviet district court of Astrakhan September 30, repeatedly denied PAROLE.

“The appeal will take place on October 27 in Astrakhan regional court, the court appointed several cases one on one time, they will be treated in order of priority, the cases will start from 10.00 local time (09.00 MSK)” — said Polozov.

Earlier, the jury found it proven that in may 2013 in the Crimean city of Bakhchisaray Hayser Dzhemilev in his yard from a gun accidentally shot a friend of the family, Fevzi Edemova. The Krasnodar regional court sentenced Dzhemilev, Jr. to 5 years in prison for causing death by negligence. Subsequently, the Supreme court reduced the sentence to three and a half years, since under article “causing death by negligence” Statute of limitations. Cemil release from custody, according to the defender, will be held at the end of November 2016.

The process has attracted the attention of the Russian public, because the accused’s father for a long time (until 2013) was the head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, which claims to be the authority of the national government about 260 thousand Crimean Tatars. After the Crimea became part of Russia, Mustafa Dzhemilev was denied entry to the Republic for 5 years. Crimean authorities believe that his actions contributed to the incitement of ethnic hatred.

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