Sakhalin ex-Deputy Envoy accused of extremism released under recognizance not to leave
The investigation made a decision not take the petition for Vitaly Guliya's arrest to the court.
The investigation will not appeal for arrest of ex-Deputy Envoy of the President on Sakhalin Vitaly Guliya accused of extremism. The defendant in the case is released on recognizance, RIA Novosti with reference to lawyer of the official Dagir Hasavov reports.
“Investigating officer decided not to take the appeal for election of a measure of restraint in the form of detention to court and released my client on recognizance”, the agency quotes the human rights activist.
Hasavov added that Guly was in isolation cell since Saturday, January 28, because he was accused under part 1 Art. 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
“As we found out, claims of the investigation were caused by a section Jews in Power. It touched some senators and deputies. I suspect that they made a request to the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation”, Hasavov considers.
Earlier it was reported that criminal case over extremism was initiated against President's ex-Deputy Envoy on Sakhalin. Guliya's book published in 2015 The Nottom of the Russian Olympus. Strokes to a Portrait of the Modern Official was the cause. The former official was detained at the Moscow airport Domodedovo when he was about to fly to Chisinau to his 93-year-old mother.
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