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Sokmyshev v. Russia, (44927/16)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 25/07/2016
Date of violations: 20/11/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Zaur Amurbiyevich SOKMYSHEV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of his grievances.

 

Bapinayev v. Russia, (43794/16)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 13/07/2016
Date of violations: 17/11/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Murat Khanaliyevich BAPINAYEV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Mashukov v. Russia, (24515/10; 38376/16)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 01/04/2010
Date of violations: 27/03/2006
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria, Nalchik
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Torture

On 27 March 2006 the applicant was arrested in the streets of Sukhumi, the capital of Abkhazia, by the policemen of the Adlersky District Department of the Interior of the town of Sochi of the Krasnodar Region. It appears that there was a suspicion of the applicant’s involvement in a terrorist attack in the town of Nalchik on 13 October 2005. During the night on 28 March 2006 these policemen escorted the applicant to the building of the Regional Department in charge of fighting the organised crime in the town of Nalchik. The applicant complained that he had been ill-treated by the authorities during of the criminal proceedings against him.

 

Kelemetov v. Russia, (17322/13)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 14/02/2013
Date of violations: 26/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Artur Zaurbiyevich KELEMETOV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Shavayev v. Russia, (879/13)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 24/12/2012
Date of violations: 20/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Azret Ismailovich SHAVAYEV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Khulamkhanov v. Russia, (35080/11)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 12/05/2011
Date of violations: 23/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Rasul Yusupovich KHULAMKHANOV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Berov v. Russia, (66215/10)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 15/10/2010
Date of violations: 24/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Aslan Borisovich BEROV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Boziyev v. Russia, (6658/09)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 23/01/2009
Date of violations: 13/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: EHRAC/Memorial
Violation: Ill-treatment

Arsen Leonidovich BOZIYEV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Khubolov v. Russia, (2619/09)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 05/12/2008
Date of violations: 22/11/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: EHRAC/Memorial
Violation: Ill-treatment

Khusei Magomedovich KHUBOLOV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Malyshev v. Russia, (547/09)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 30/09/2008
Date of violations: 18/10/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Albiyan Anatolyevich MALYSHEV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

Akhkubekov v. Russia, (39383/08)

Communicated: 16/11/2020
Lodged: 13/02/2009
Date of violations: 09/12/2005
Location: Kabardino-Balkaria
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Ill-treatment

Azamat Salykhovich AKHKUBEKOV complains that he had been ill-treated by State agents during the criminal proceedings against him and that the domestic authorities failed to carry out an effective investigation in this respect, and that he did not have effective remedy in respect of their grievances.

 

S.T. and Y.B. v. Russia, (40125/20)

Communicated: 30/10/2020
Lodged: 11/09/2020
Date of violations: 05/09/2020
Location: Chechnya
Representative: Committee Against Torture
Violation: Torture

At about 3.45 p.m. on 5 September 2020 (in the documents submitted the date was also stated as 6 September 2020) Mr S.T. was at work at the hotel, when two men in black uniforms of the Chechen police arrived there. A third police officer waited for them on the other side of the street. The two officers, who went into the hotel, grabbed Mr S.T. and forced him outside. When the hotel’s guards asked the men why and where they were taking Mr S.T., one of them used physical force against the guard, whereas another one showed the Chechen police service card. Then the abductors forced Mr S.T. in one of two black Toyota Camry cars with Chechnya registration plates and drove off. Mr S.T. has gone missing since. A part of the abduction of Mr S.T., which had taken place outside the hotel, was depicted by the CCTV, and the recording was submitted by the applicants’ representatives to the Court. On 7 September 2020 a video recording of Mr S.T. completely naked on his knees next to a glass bottle was published on "1ADAT" channel.

 

Magomayev v. Russia, (10829/11)

Communicated: 15/10/2020
Lodged: 15/02/2011
Date of violations: 11/01/2010
Location: Dagestan
Representative: D. Itslayev
Violation: Right to life

On 11 January 2010 at around 1 p.m. the applicant’s son, Mr G.M., and the son’s acquaintance Mr K. drove in a car in the centre of Makhachkala. According to the applicant, at some point they stopped the car and came under intense fire from three law enforcement agents, who had been waiting for them in an ambush. Both were killed on the spot.

 

Daniliny v. Russia, (32400/12)

Judgement date: 06/10/2020
Lodged: 30/05/2012
Date of violations: 25/03/2012
Location: Dagestan
Representative: Others
Violation: Disappearance

On the morning of 25 March 2012 Mr Danilin took the first applicant to work in his VAZ-2109 car. He was supposed to pick her up from work at 1 p.m. that day. However, he did not arrive. The first applicant tried calling him, but to no avail. In the evening, the first applicant and her relatives started searching for Mr Danilin. At about 10 p.m. the first applicant received a call from an unfamiliar number; it was Mr Danilin, who said that he had been beaten, his car and mobile phone had been taken from him and he needed help. Then another man who introduced himself as a police officer from the village of Novolak (also referred to as Novolakskoye in the documents submitted) told the applicant to bring 50,000 roubles (about 1,300 euros) to the police station in that village in exchange for Mr Danilin’s release. When later in the evening the first applicant with about a dozen of her relatives arrived there, the police officers at the police station denied any knowledge of Mr Danilin’s whereabouts and demanded that they return home or they would be “detained as well”.  It appears from the documents submitted that the investigation is still pending, the whereabouts of Mr Danilin have not been established and the perpetrators of his abduction have not been identified.

 

Yelkhoroyev v. Russia, (46935/18)

Judgement date: 06/10/2020
Lodged: 12/09/2018
Date of violations: 22/12/2010
Location: Ingushetia, Karabulak
Representative: EHRAC/Memorial
Violation: Disappearance

On 22 December 2010 Ms Zalina Yelkhoroyeva went to see her brother Mr T.Ye. in the remand prison in Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia-Alania (North Ossetia), about forty five kilometres away from Karabulak. She drove there with his wife Ms L.E. At the prison they found out that Mr T.Ye. had been placed into a military hospital. On their way back to Karabulak, Ingushetia, the two women drove on the “Kavkaz” highway. Around 4 p.m. near the village of Novoye in the Prigorodnyy district in North Ossetia, about twenty-five kilometres from Karabulak, their car was blocked by four armoured UAZ vehicles and one silver-coloured VAZ-2114 vehicle. A group of armed men in camouflage uniforms and balaclavas emerged from the vehicles. They spoke unaccented Russian. Their uniforms had the traffic police insignia (ГАИ). The men ordered everyone to get out of the car and asked for documents. As they learned who Zalina Yelkhoroyeva was, they put her in a VAZ-2114 and drove away. Other men ordered Ms L.E. to drive to checkpoint “Chermenskiy Krug” located on the border between Ingushetia and North Ossetia and wait for Ms Yelkhoroyeva there. To the question who they were, the men answered that they were from the Federal Security Service (“FSB”) and the military intelligence (Главное разведывательное управление Министерства обороны РФ). Shortly thereafter Ms L.E. lodged a complaint with the nearby Mayskoye police department in North Ossetia, on the border with Ingushetia, about the abduction of Ms Yelkhoroyeva.

 

Vladovskiye v. Russia, (40833/07)

Judgement date: 06/10/2020
Lodged: 05/09/2007
Location: Chechnya, Grozny
Representative: O. Sadovskaya
Violation: Torture

Mikhail Aleksandrovich Vladovskiy was ill‑treated at the hands of the police in 2004, that there was no effective investigation into the matter, and that he had no effective domestic remedy at his disposal to complain of the ill-treatment.

 

Islamovy v. Russia, (20065/20)

Communicated: 01/10/2020
Lodged: 13/05/2020
Date of violations: 02/11/2015
Location: Dagestan
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Women Rights

Olga Islamova and O.I. were married from 1996 to 2014. They had three children, a daughter born in 2004, a son born in 2006, and a daughter born in 2011. The family lived in Samara. In July 2015, O.I. collected their four-year-old daughter from a children's play area and took her to Khasavyurt, Dagestan.

Olga went to court, and on December 16, 2015, the Privolzhsky District Court in Samara Region ruled that the mother should have custody of the children and that O.I. must return the daughter to the mother. But O.I. ignored the decision and hid the daughter in Dagestan until October 2016. The mother and daughter were reunited in October 2016 and Olga signed the document confirming completion of the court decision's execution. But O.I. then seized the daughter again and hid. Clearly, the bailiff had been in cahoots with the father.

After that, repeatedly, when action on the court decision was taken, Olga was not notified of when the bailiffs would go to O.I. She called the bailiffs on numerous occasions and received answers such as, "Let's wait a bit longer", "I conveyed everything to the debtor", "I warned the debtor that the decision must be executed", or "I told the debtor that his behaviour was not right".

In 2018, Olga succeeded in having the bailiffs return her daughter, but when they arrived in Samara, they were met by O.I. and his friends. The men took the youngest daughter by force, beat the oldest daughter, Yelena, who was pregnant at that moment, and rammed Olga with their car, injuring her leg.

O.I. took the daughter to Chechnya and since then has refused to let the girl even speak on the phone to her mother. He also applied to the courts for custody, and though the Privolzhsky District Court's decision has still not been executed, a new court decision has given custody of the youngest daughter to the father.

 

Chudalov and Chudalova v. Russia, (796/07)

Judgement date: 22/09/2020
Communicated: 20/12/2012
Lodged: 15/12/2006
Date of violations: 08/01/2005
Location: Chechnya, Grozny
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Torture
Non-pecuniary damage: 67600 €

At approximately 12.30 p.m. on 8th January 2005 Muslim Chudalov was stopped at the Kupskiy check-point and driven to the Leninskiy ROVD by policemen. Within the premises of the district police station (hereinafter Leninskiy ROVD) he was severely tortured into confessing to 15 crimes. The confessions signed by Muslim under torture formed the basis for his conviction on 12 charges out of 15. He was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by a final decision of the Judicial Council of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation dated 15 June 2006. The Prosecutor's office refused to open a criminal inquiry into the ill-treatment despite the existence of medical reports and witness statements in support of his complaints.

 

X and Y v. Russia, (43411/06)

Judgement date: 22/09/2020
Communicated: 07/04/2009
Lodged: 18/10/2006
Date of violations: 26/05/2004
Location: Chechnya, Grozny
Representative: SRJI
Violation: Torture
Non-pecuniary damage: 50500 €

In the middle of the night on 26 May 2004 a group of masked military servicemen detained X in Grozny and brought him to the Leninsky District Department of the Interior (ROVD). A number of policemen started to beat him with truncheons, electroluted him with wires attached to different parts of his body and sexually abused him. X eventually signed a confession. In the following weeks, the torture and ill-treatment continued both at the Leninsky ROVD and in ORB-2.

 

Kutayev v. Russia , (17912/15)

Communicated: 17/09/2020
Lodged: 15/04/2015
Date of violations: 18/02/2014
Location: Chechnya
Representative: Committee Against Torture
Violation: Ill-treatment

The applicant complains under Article 3 of the Convention that he was subjected to ill-treatment by State officials and that the investigation was ineffective in that regard.

 
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