Law enforcement authorities of the Russian Federation allegedly conducted a thorough review of the application of Sentsov and found no grounds for criminal prosecution.
Oleg Sentsov / photo REUTERSМинюст Russia denies allegations of prisoner Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov in the torture during his detention in 2014.
The response of authorities to the European court of human rights (ECHR), which considered the complaint Sentsov, says that recorded bruises on the body of Ukrainians have “alternative origin”, according Meduza.
In his appeal to the ECHR Sentsov wrote that Russian authorities had violated article 3 (prohibition of torture) and article 5 (right to liberty and security) of the Convention on the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
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Law enforcement authorities of the Russian Federation allegedly conducted a thorough review of the application of Sentsov and found no reason for criminal prosecution.
In response to the ECHR the Ministry of justice also pointed out that the case of Director was considered “a Tribunal established by law”, and the sentence was not based on the testimony obtained under duress.
In August 2015, a Russian court sentenced. to 20 years in a penal colony on charges of organizing terrorist attacks in annexed Crimea. He does not recognize his guilt, and may 14, 2018 began to starve. The activist was starving for 145 days and demanded that the Russian authorities have released 64 of the Ukrainian political prisoners.
Russia answered the questions of the European court on the complaint of Sentsov. It requires €12 thousand of compensation