The Astrakhan regional Court today upheld the decision to refuse parole (PAROLE) convicted for manslaughter the Hayser Dzhemilev ? the son of the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
"The court of appeal decided to leave the appeal without satisfaction ", - the said judge Eugene Teslya words news Agency.
district Court of the Soviet district of Astrakhan September 30, repeatedly denied PAROLE convicted of manslaughter Dzhemilev. His lawyer on 7 October appealed the decision. Remember, the jury found it proven that in may 2013 in the Crimean city of Bakhchisaray Hayser Dzhemilev on the territory of his home from a gun accidentally shot a friend of the family, Fevzi Edemova. The prosecution insisted it was premeditated murder. Krasnodar regional Court sentenced Dzhemilev, Jr. to five years sentence for causing death by negligence. Also Cemil, Jr., was convicted in absentia in the Dnipro court of Kyiv, to three years and eight months sentence for the same acts. Then Russia's Supreme Court reduced the sentence to three and a half years, putting in the reasons for judgment that under "causing death by negligence" expired Statute of limitations Hayser Dzhemilev to justice. The process has attracted the attention of the Russian public, as the Pope of the accused for a long time (until 2013) was the head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, which claims to be the organ of the national samoupravleniya about 260 thousand Crimean Tatars.