The Supreme Court of Chechnya has not found grounds for challenge 2 of the state accuser on the case of Inhabitants of Ukraine Stanislav Cliche and Nicholas Karpuk, suspected of involvement in hostilities against Russian soldiers in 1994-1995, said a spokesman for the court Andarbek Kaimov.
first it was claimed that the defendant, Klich did not want from the public prosecutors involved in the case.
"The court rejected the defendant at the outlet 2 of the state prosecutors involved in the case, finding no grounds for it. About it the decision was announced today, " said Commissioner of the court.
The twelfth of October, the Supreme Court of Chechnya began considering the case of Nicholas Karpuk and Stanislaw Cliche suspected of involvement in armed conflict in the region on the side of the nationalist organization "Ukrainian national Assembly Ukrainian national self-defense" (UNA-UNSO) in 1994-1995 against the armed forces.
Kaimov also said that the defendant, Klich asked in a persistent form to return to the hall of the defendant Karpuk, remote from the courtroom until the conclusion of the debate and provide the interpreter with Polish language.
"The court rejected Klychu an interpreter for the defendant Karpuk, and the meeting postponed to November 25 due to the absence of one of the jury ", - said the head of the Department.
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, Shamil Basayev, attacks and killings of Residents, soldiers of the Russian Federation and workers of the police organization.
As stated IC, performing the orders of the Directors of the gang, Karpyuk together with 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.