Hotmail  |  Gmail  |  Yahoo  |  Justice Mail
powered by Google

Add JFNC Google Bar Button to your Browser Google Bar Group  
Welcome To Justice For North Caucasus Group

Log in to your account at Justice For North Caucasus eMail system.

Request your eMail address

eMaill a Friend About This Site.

Google Translation



Caucasian Knot: "Cadet" Sentenced To 10.5 Years In Prison For Torturing Chechen

posted by eagle on November, 2007 as Torture & Agony

From: Eagle_wng  (Original Message) Sent: 11/30/2007 6:19 AM


"Cadet" sentenced to 10.5 years in prison for torturing a Chechnya resident

Sergey Lapin (also known as "Cadet" by his radio ID code), former officer of the Nizhnevartovsk District Militia Unit (ROVD), who was found guilty of torturing a Chechnya resident, has been sentenced to 10.5 years of imprisonment. The verdict has been passed today by the Oktiabrskiy District Court of the city of Grozny.

The "Caucasian Knot" correspondent was informed about it by Natalia Estemirova, an employee of the representative office of the Human Rights Centre "Memorial" in the capital of Chechnya, who was present at the announcement of the verdict in the courtroom as an observer.

Lapin was found guilty of deliberate causing heavy damage to health of Zelimkhan Murdalov, a resident of Grozny, under aggravating circumstances (Part 3, Article 111 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), excess of official powers under aggravating circumstances (Part 3, Article 286) and service forgery (Article 292). According to Ms Estemirova, no punishment was appointed by the court for service forgery because of the expiry of the limitation term for this crime.

The former guard of the public order himself, when pronouncing his last plea to the court on November 26, has stated that he did not plead guilty and regretted that he had appeared for the trial to Pyatigorsk several years ago.

The verdict to "Cadet" on this case was passed for the second time already.

See earlier reports: "Hearings on "Cadet's case" postponed again in Chechnya."

 comments (0)

1 - 1 of 1

Post comment

Your name*

Email address*



Verification code*



Search Message Boards

JFNC Message Boards


 april 2014

 february 2014

 may 2011

 september 2010

 april 2010

 december 2009

 june 2009

 april 2009

 march 2009

 february 2009

 january 2009

 december 2008

 november 2008

 october 2008

 september 2008

 august 2008

 july 2008

 june 2008

 may 2008

 april 2008

 march 2008

 february 2008

 january 2008

 december 2007

 november 2007

 october 2007

 september 2007

 august 2007

 july 2007

 june 2007

 may 2007

 april 2007

 march 2007

 february 2007

 january 2007

 december 2006

 november 2006

 october 2006

 september 2006

 august 2006

 july 2006

 june 2006

 may 2006

 april 2006

 march 2006

 february 2006

 january 2006

 december 2005

 november 2005

 october 2005

 september 2005

 august 2005

 july 2005

 june 2005

 may 2005

 april 2005

 march 2005

 january 2005

 november 2000

 october 2000

 september 2000

 august 2000

 july 2000

 june 2000

 may 2000

 april 2000

 march 2000

 february 2000

 january 2000

Acknowledgement: All available information and documents in "Justice For North Caucasus Group" is provided for the "fair use". There should be no intention for ill-usage of any sort of any published item for commercial purposes and in any way or form. JFNC is a nonprofit group and has no intentions for the distribution of information for commercial or advantageous gain. At the same time consideration is ascertained that all different visions, beliefs, presentations and opinions will be presented to visitors and readers of all message boards of this site. Providing, furnishing, posting and publishing the information of all sources is considered a right to freedom of opinion, speech, expression, and information while at the same time does not necessarily reflect, represent, constitute, or comprise the stand or the opinion of this group. If you have any concerns contact us directly at:

Page Last Updated: {Site best Viewed in MS-IE 1024x768 or Greater}Copyright © 2005-2009 by Justice For North Caucasus ®