Kadyrov said that was not interested in the trial of human rights defender Titieva

© RIA Novosti / said to Carnaveral in fotobanka the Chechen branch of the human rights centre memorial Oub Titiev. Archival photoKadyrov said that was not interested in the trial of human rights defender Titieva© RIA Novosti / said to Carnaveral the image Bank

The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov said that long forgotten about the head of the Chechen branch of the human rights centre «memorial» Aube Titieva and believed that the process has been completed.

The trial in the case Titieva, accused of possession of drugs on a large scale, began on 19 July. Interrogated over 60 witnesses for the prosecution and the defence, among which dozens of law enforcement officers.

Titieva charged with illegal possession of 180 grams of marijuana, which is considered a major party, and could face up to 10 years imprisonment with a large fine. Guilt is not admitted and filed in the regional management SK the Russian Federation on the prosecution of police officers allegedly threw him in the car a package of marijuana.

«I have long forgot about it. I thought I was already condemned or released. I didn’t even know where the trial. I found out that he is wearing Shawls when I was told that the process came to human rights,» Kadyrov said at a press conference, commenting at the request of journalists reports that the government of the region supposedly puts pressure on the court.

«I don’t know why the trial is still going on, if he is not guilty. If guilty, should be put, and if you are innocent, then go,» — said Kadyrov.

As previously reported by the human rights center «memorial», the investigating authorities of Chechnya three times refused to initiate criminal proceedings on application Titieva that drugs were planted on him by police. The appeal reached the Supreme court of Chechnya, which on June 26 upheld the decision of the Staropromyslovsky district court of Grozny about the refusal in excitation of criminal case against police officers.

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