11/2/2008 Court marshals accuse "Voice of Beslan" members of beating them
The Federal Service of Court Marshals (FSCM) accuses three members of the "Voice of Beslan" Public Organization of beating seven court marshals and a judge.
The today's press release disseminated by the NGO runs that on February 8 a group of persons, one of whom identified himself as an FSCM investigator, arrived to the house of Emma Tagaeva-Betrozova, Chair of the "Voice of Beslan". The investigator demanded from Ella Kesaeva, co-chair of the NGO, to write an explanatory note on the fact of beating by her, together with members of the "Voice of Beslan" of seven court marshals in the premises of the Provoberezhny Court of city of Beslan.
The investigator refused to answer Ms Kesaeva's question on who had filed a claim. He also advised to give explanations on beating a judge by the members of the "Voice of Beslan". Otherwise, they would be summoned to the FSCM for giving evidences.
One hour later, summons arrived to the office of the "Voice of Beslan" prescribing that Kesaeva, Margieva and Bzarova appear on February 11 at the FSCM department for North Ossetia-Alania. The summons specify that should they fail to appear, they will be forced there, the "Gazeta.Ru" reports.
See earlier reports: ""Voice of Beslan" changes the name and will not get registered." http://eng.kavkaz.memo.ru/newstext/engnews/id/1207578.html
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