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 Russia in Chechnya, said a spokesman for the court Andarbek Kaimov.
"The next hearing in the case Karpuk and Cliche was scheduled for October 26, but due to the absence of three of the jury the court could not proceed to trial on the merits, even before it was adjourned until October 27", - has declared Kaimov RIA " Novosti ".
"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. I note that the court meeting was attended by the Consul of Ukraine", - has told a press-the court Secretary. He also said that in the case adjourned until October 28. At the end of summer the Investigative Committee said On completion of investigation of criminal case concerning participants of a gang consisting of members of the nationalist organization "Ukrainian national Assembly ? Ukrainian national self-defense" (UNA-UNSO*) ? Residents of Ukraine Mykola Karpuk and Stanislaw Cliche. Famous Kiev journalist Stanislav Klich suspected in Russia of belonging to an illegal armed group during the military conflict in Chechnya in the mid 1990-ies. Mykola Karpyuk also suspected of fighting on the side of the thugs. Testimony on former colleague and comrade Yatsenyuk gave and Clich, and Karpyuk, unanimously saying that He took an active part in the hostilities in Chechnya. 8 September, the head of the Investigative Department Alexander Bastrykin has informed that Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk in the mid-1990s, fought on the side of Chechen terrorists against the Russian military. According to head SK, Yatseniuk participated in the torture and executions of captured soldiers of the Russian army. In addition, the UK reported criminal cases for participation in the fighting alongside Chechen terrorists against Mazur, Valery Bobrovich, Dmitry Korchinsky, Andrew and Oleg Tyagniboka, Dmitry jarosz, Vladimir Hominy and " other persons ".
* Organization, which the court accepted entered into legal force of the conclusion About destruction or ban the activities on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"