The court sentenced the former operator of the TV channel ATR to 2, 5 years probation
Participant of mass riots in February 2014 Eskender Nabiev sentenced by the Central district court of Simferopol for 2. 5 years of the sentence conditionally, the verdict was announced on the first day of the week the judge Yuri Gulevich.
Eskender Nabiev took on the case of the riots at the walls of the Crimean Parliament on 26 February 2014. October 9, 2015 he was arrested in connection with the request of the public Prosecutor for the accused's period. Before custody were concluded two involved in the riots under the walls of the Crimean Parliament: one of the leaders of the unregistered organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people" Akhtem Chigas and activist Iskender Kantemirov.
"Assign the sentence in the form of 2 years and six months as punishment under article 212 part 2 of the criminal code, be considered According to article 73 of the criminal code the punishment is conditional," said the judge.
The court took into account the circumstances of the defendant's cooperation with the investigation and the fact that he admitted his guilt in full.
according to investigators, on February 26 last year near the building of the Verkhovna Rada of the Crimea as part of the demonstration authorized the unregistered public organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people" there were calls for the Crimean Tatars to disobey the requirements of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine, which resulted in mass riots with application of violence on the commissioners of the movement "Russian Unity" and national self-defense.
Victims during criminal proceedings on the fact of organizing and participating in mass riots under the walls of the Crimean Parliament in February last year that led to partial to the assault and death of several people, the Victims found 40 people, said the first in the UK to the Republic.
Eskender Nabiev - a former operator of the TV channel ATR, By assumption of the investigation - the Participant of mass riots on February 26, 2014. Eskender Nabiev is the son of Bekir Nabiev, who at the end September took the life of a gun 2 physicians and inflicted injuries on two more substation ambulance in Simferopol. On the first day of the weekend police said that Nabiev was found without signs of life in the forest belt near Simferopol.