Julia Nasulina. Debate of the parties on the case of terrorist attacks in the Crimea, one of the participants is Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov, will begin on Wednesday, said Last news press Secretary of the court Alena Katkalo.
"Debate on the case will begin in 10. 00 GMT on 19 August, " he said.
By assumption of the investigation, Sentsov created in Crimea terrorist Commonwealth, was a structural subdivision banned in Russia movement " Right sector ", for the release of the Peninsula from Russia. According to the SC, the defendants from April to may 2014 was set on fire in Simferopol offices of the public organization "Russian community of Crimea" and the local branch of the party " United Russia ". The defendants are also accused of seeking the organization's may 9 2014 the explosion of the monument to Lenin in Simferopol.
As reported, the General Prosecutor's office, the criminal activities of the terrorist brotherhood was suppressed by the FSB in may 2014. Two of the defendant in this case is Alex and He is Gennady Afanasiev already received 7 years of imprisonment. Now on the bench of the accused are Sentsov and Alexander Kolchenko.
He Sentsov deny that he was a member of " Right sector ", and said that the investigation has no evidence of his belonging to this case, except the testimony of participants other data, he believes, under pressure.
"Right sector" Ukrainian Association of radical nationalist organizations. In January and February 2014 the Taliban participated in battles with the police and the seizure of administrative buildings, and with April - in the suppression of protests in the East of Ukraine. In November 2014, the Supreme court has recognized the Union of right-wing extremist organization and banned its activities on the territory of the Russian Federation. In January, the "Right sector" made in the register is prohibited in Russia organizations. First in Russia against the leader of the movement Dmitry Yarosh has been prosecuted under the criminal code for incitement of terrorist activity.