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The court sent Navalny to the colony: what he was accused of and how long was given

The Simonovsky Court of Moscow satisfied the request of the Federal Penitentiary Service and replaced oppositionist Alexei Navalny’s suspended sentence in the Yves Rocher case with a real one. The court found that Navalny systematically violated the rules of probation, writes Air force.

In this regard, it was decided to replace the suspended sentence of 3,5 years with a real one - in this case, Navalny will be credited for the time that he spent under house arrest during the initial consideration of the case - this is approximately 10 months. Thus, Navalny must spend a total of two years and eight months in the colony.

The Simonovsky Court of Moscow decided to hold a visiting session in the Moscow City Court, where there is a large hall, explaining this with increased attention from the press. On the eve of the press service of the Moscow City Court announced that Navalny will be taken to court, and will not be contacted by video link.

The representative of the Federal Penitentiary Service, who began his speech after introducing the parties, asked to send Navalny to a colony for 3,5 years, saying that in 2020 the politician failed to appear for registration in a criminal case seven times - including before the poisoning, in the first half of the year. executive inspection and received warnings because of this. When asked by the prosecutor why the FSIN asked to replace the suspended sentence with a real one only at the end of December, a representative of the service said that it was a matter of “the principles of humanism on which the penal system is based.”

“It was believed that the conditionally convicted Navalny would change his attitude towards the court verdict and take the path of correction, but Navalny did not draw the proper conclusions for himself,” he said (quoted by Mediazona).

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After the break, Alexey Navalny himself was the first to speak in court, stating that hisThey are trying to punish him for a case for which he has already been convicted. The politician recalled that after the Yves Rocher verdict, he appealed to the ECHR, which recognized that there was no crime in his case. The oppositionist said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is offended by him for “going down in history as a poisoner.” And Navalny considers the main goal of the trial to be intimidation of people.

Prosecutor Ekaterina Frolova, addressing the judge, nI remembered the sentence in the Yves Rocher case - 3,5 years probation with the obligation to report to the inspection office on time at least twice a month. She called the fact that the politician is the only person in Russia who was given a suspended sentence twice in a row, although usually the second time a real sentence is imposed, she called it a privilege.

The inspectorate, the prosecutor claims, warned Navalny several times that his suspended sentence could be replaced with a real one. Navalny in Germany moved freely around the country, gave interviews and played sports, the prosecutor says. In her opinion, this indicates that he demonstratively ignored the requirements of the Federal Penitentiary Service and Russian laws.

The heart of the matter

On January 11, the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) appealed to the Simonovsky court with a proposal to replace Navalny's suspended sentence with a real one, stating that the politician was evading control of the criminal executive inspection.

In 2014, Alexei Navalny and his brother Oleg were found guilty of fraud and money laundering in the Yves Rocher case. Oleg Navalny was sentenced to three and a half years in a general regime colony, Alexei was sentenced to three and a half years suspended. His probation expired on December 30, 2020.

On January 17, Navalny was detained at Sheremetyevo airport immediately upon returning from Berlin. He was taken to the Khimki police station and the very next day, at the same station, a court hearing was held, which extended his detention by 30 days and sent him to the Matrosskaya Tishina pre-trial detention center.

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On January 23 and 31, uncoordinated protests took place in many Russian cities demanding the release of Navalny. According to OVD-Info estimates, more than 4 thousand people were detained at the first rally, and more than 5,5 thousand people at the second. After the protests, several criminal cases were opened, most of which were under the article on the use of violence against a government official (Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The oppositionist's closest associates became defendants in a criminal case for violating sanitary and epidemiological standards (Article 236 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).

On January 28, the Moscow Regional Court heard Navalny’s appeal against the extension of his detention. The court rejected the politician’s complaint; Navalny, who took part in the meeting via video link, gave a speech in which he called what was happening “demonstrative lawlessness.”

USA demanded to release Navalny

As the «Medusa», The United States demanded "immediately and without any conditions" to release Alexei Navalny. This was stated by the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.

“We again call on the Russian authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Mr. Navalny, as well as hundreds of other Russian citizens unjustifiably detained in recent weeks for exercising their rights, including the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.”

British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab also demanded to immediately release the oppositionist.

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

  • On the morning of August 20, during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, the founder of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), Alexei Navalny, felt sick on the plane. The liner made an emergency landing in Omsk, where Navalny was hospitalized in the emergency hospital No. 1, in the toxic intensive care unit. There the politician fell into a coma.
  • Ex-FSB officer and opposition politician Gennady Gudkov toldwhy Navalny's associates and other politicians call the version of the involvement of the special services a priority, as well as how and with what the oppositionist could have been poisoned.
  • August 21, the wife of Alexei Navalny Julia signed permission to transport her husband for treatment in Germany. On the morning of August 22, Navalny taken by plane to Berlin... He was still in a coma.
  • The clinic where Navalny was taken confirmed the assumptions about his poisoning... Clinical studies have indicated a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors.
  • Transportation of an opposition politician to Germany on a special medical plane paid for by Russian businessman Boris Ziminwho now lives in the United States.
  • In the United States Department of Commerce сообщилиthat Washington has good reason to believe that the research institutes (SRIs) of the Russian Defense Ministry are involved in the development of chemical and biological weapons.
  • September 4th German laboratory found traces of Novichok in Navalny's skin, blood and urine samples.
  • On September 7, the Charite clinic, where Alexei Navalny was located, released a new message: politics brought out of an artificial coma and began to gradually disconnect from the ventilator.
  • On September 10, it became known that Navalny completely recovered, memory and speech returned to him.
  • September 15 politician for the first time since poisoning posted a photo on Instagram. The New York Times writes that he intends to return to Russia.
  • On September 23rd, the clinic announced that Navalny was discharged... In total, he spent 32 days in a German hospital.
  • In November, the US Congress condemned the poisoning of Navalny and called on the United States and the international community to impose sanctions against those involved.
  • Mid-December results joint investigation Bellingcat, The Insider and CNN, with the participation of Der Spiegel, revealed that the attempt on the life of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Tomsk was the work of a group of FSB operatives.
  • January 18 police took Navalny from passport control at Sheremetyevo airport just after his return from Germany, where he received treatment after poisoning last summer. After that, he was arrested for 30 days.

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