The Supreme court of Chechnya after a two weeks break resumed the consideration of the case of Residents of Ukraine Stanislav Cliche and Nicholas Karpuk, suspected of involvement in military actions against the military power of the Russian Federation in Chechnya, said Last news the press-Secretary of the court Andarbek Kaimov.
before it was declared that the Supreme court of Chechnya refused to stop criminal case concerning the citizen of Ukraine Mykola Karpuk in connection with the lapse of time.
"in the course of the trial was addressed by the public Prosecutor. The defendant Karpyuk agreed and began to testify, but during the meeting after repeated observations of the presiding judge for failure to follow instructions of the behavior of the Defendant Karpyuk was removed from the courtroom, " said Khaimov.
He also said that in the case adjourned until October 28.
The twelfth of October, the Supreme court of Chechnya began considering the case of Inhabitants of Ukraine Stanislav Cliche and Nicholas Karpuk, suspected of involvement in hostilities on the side of the nationalist organization "Ukrainian national Assembly - Ukrainian national self-defence" (UNA-UNSO) in 1994-1995 against the Russian military.
Karpyuk and Clich are charged with leadership and participation in the gang, murder 2 and no less than persons, as well as attempted murder 2 and no less persons in connection with the exercise of his duty. It was aimed in the Supreme court of the Chechen Republic for examination on the merits.
By assumption the investigation, Karpyuk, together with Dmitry Korchinsky and other persons from among the Directors and members of UNA-UNSO arrived from Ukraine to Chechnya, in order from an armed group together with members of gangs operating in the Republic and headed by Aslan Maskhadov and Shamil Basayev, attacks and killings of Residents, soldiers of the Russian Federation and workers of the police organization.
As previously stated the Investigative Committee, carrying out the orders of the Directors of the gang, Karpyuk and Alexander Muzychko led a gang named " Viking ", which also included members of the UNA-UNSO Dmitry Yarosh, Yuri Dolzhenko, Alexander Malofeyev, Stanislav Klich. In the period from December 1994 to January 1995 Karpyuk, Klyh, Malofeyev along with other members of the gang many times actively participated in clashes with soldiers of the Russian Federation within a Presidential Palace, the square of the Moment and the train station of Grozny, which was forcibly deprived of life More than 30 soldiers and 13 military caused the damage to health of varying severity.
The Supreme court of the Russian Federation in November 2014 was included in the list of extremist organizations " Right sector ", "Ukrainian national Assembly - Ukrainian national self-defense" (UNA-UNSO), the Ukrainian organization "Brotherhood" and "Trident behalf of Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian insurgent army" (UPA). Full list of banned extremist organizations