For violent acts over Tymoshenko convicted two ex-chief of the colony
Party of ex-Premier Yulia Tymoshenko "Batkivshchyna" stated that the Kharkiv court sentenced the two former heads of the Kachanivska prison for the use of physical violence against a former Prime Minister During her imprisonment.
The Pechersky district court on eleven October 2011 sentenced Tymoshenko to seven years of punishment for abuse of authority during signing gas contracts between Naftogaz of Ukraine and Gazprom in 2009. During his stay in the colony where she was transferred at the end of December 2011, the former Prime Minister said the use of her forces from the penitentiary. The press service of "Batkivshchyna" in the form of evidence released photos that Tymoshenko had bruises.
"Kominternovsky district court of Kharkiv sentenced the perpetrators regarding the assault of the party leader "Batkivshchyna" Yulia Tymoshenko During her stay in the Kachanovsky colony ", - informs on the first day of the week press service of the party.
it is stated that the court determined the facts of physical violence against Tymoshenko, and sentenced the former first Deputy of the head of the colony Andriy Kovalenko to three years imprisonment, and former Deputy head of the colony Andriy Paramey to three years probation.
The Parliament of Ukraine on 22 February 2014 decriminalized articles of the Criminal code, which was condemned Tymoshenko, ex-Prime Minister was released the same day.