A wrongfully convicted in Russia of Cliche was transferred to the Chelyabinsk oblast

A wrongfully convicted in Russia of Ukrainian Stanislav Cliche was transferred to the Verkhneuralsk, Chelyabinsk region.

“Stanislaus Cliche was transferred to the city. We don’t know for sure, but apparently – in the infamous “Verkhneuralsk a closed prison”. List of famous prisoners at her such that it is time to recognize the object of UNESCO, but to sit there that does not help. About the current state of Clicha know nothing, hope to be next week,” wrote the lawyer Ilya Novikov in Facebook.

In addition, according to Novikov, the other illegally convicted Ukrainian Mykola Karpyuk “in the equally famous Vladimir Central fundamentally refused to work”.

“He used to tell me that working in Russia will not. In this regard, he is going to tighten, and may have tightened the regime. The Consul plans to visit it in the near future”, – added the lawyer.

As reported, on may 19, 2016 in the Supreme court of Chechnya of the Russian Ukrainians Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klychu jury returned a guilty verdict. They are accused of killing Russian soldiers in Grozny during the Russian-Chechen war in 1994-1995. They deny their guilt.

On may 26 Judge of the Supreme court of the Chechen Republic announced the verdict in the case of Ukrainians,according to which our compatriots got two for almost 50 years. Karpyuk sentenced to 22,6 years in prison, Klychu was given 20 years.

Mykola Karpyuk December 5, was sent to serve his sentence in a colony in the Vladimir (Vladimir oblast) of the Russian Federation.