CASE OF NEVEROVSKY: THE JUDGE KIROSIROVA DIDN'T USE HER CHANCE TO RESTORE THE AUTHORITY OF THE OBNINSK CITY COURT - WHAT WAS HAPPENING THERE YESTERDAY AND TODAY HAD NOTHING IN COMMON WITH THE JUSTICE
The counsel for the defense of Neverovsky represented by the famous Kaluga lawyer David Slitinsky, the mother of Dmitry and the deputy of the Obninsk City Assembly Tatiana Kotlyar, and the ARA secretary Nikolay Khramov, insisted on the acquital of the defendant for lack of the corpus delicti, basing on the Art. 59.3 and 18 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation and on the well-known definition of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation of May 22, 1996. Besides that, as David Slitinsky pointed out in his speech, the defendant at the moment of indictment wasn't liable for the military service because he had achieved to the moment the age of 27, and therefore the corpus delicti lacked in his actions for this reason as well.
The public prosecutor ignored the conclusion of the forensic psychological expertise prescribed by the prosecutor's office which defined that Neverovsky had convictions which contradicted the performance of the military service, and declared that "though the convictions of the defendant contradict the performance of the military service, they are not an obstacle to it" (!). He asked the court to sentence that Neverovsky is guilty of conscientiously evading the military service, to sentence him to two years of imprisonment and to discharge him by amnesty in view of the 55th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War.
The sentence pronounced today by the judge Maria Kirosirova almost literally repeated the bill of indictment. The judge who could not totally ignore the conclusion of the forensic psychological expertise, pointed out in the sentence that the conclusion of the expertise was estimated by the court in the aggregate with all the evidences (that is, with the testimony of the military commissar colonel Podgursky who was subpoenaed as a witness, and the copies of the call up papers) and the court concluded that Neverovsky had not convictions which contradicted the performance of the military service. Neverovsky is sentenced to one year of imprisonment and discharged according to the act on amnesty adopted by the State Duma.
The cassation appeal against the today's sentence will be presented by the counsel for the defense of Neverovsky to the Kaluga Regional Court within few next days.
39 Congresso (I sessione)
39° Congresso (prima sessione) del Partito Radicale Nonviolento Transnazionale e Transpartito. Le mozioni approvate
Sostegno all’appello del Presidente Chirac e del Presidente Diouf, Sauver Tombouctou pour sauver la paix / Saving Timbuktu to save the peace.
Senato del Partito Radicale
Roma, 8/9 febbraio 2014
- dall'intervento di Maurizio Turco, Tesoriere del Partito Radicale (pdf)
- Il dibattito dell'8 e 9 febbraio [primo giorno] [secondo giorno]
Roma, 14 dicembre 2013
Archivio storico foto
4° Congresso Italiano del Pr. Veduta d'insieme della tribuna di presidenza. Ultima fila, da sinistra: Willer Bordon, Renè Andreani, Marco Pannella, Valeria Ferro; seconda fila: ???, Lorenzo Strick Lievers, Laura Terni, Paolo Pietrosanti, Danilo Quinto, Carlo Romeo, Roberto Cicciomessere, Rita Bernardini; prima fila: Antonio Stango, Sergio D'Elia, Maurizio Turco, Marino Busdachin, Sergio Stanzani, Emma Bonino, Paolo Vigevano, Bruno Zevi.
Iscritti e contribuenti 2014
|Stefano T. Roma||200 €|
|Federico M. Castiglione Delle Stiviere||200 €|
|Bruno G. Roma||15 €|
|Alda B. Follonica||100 €|
|Luca P. Pesaro||200 €|
|Marco Jr. Z. Milano||200 €|
|Valter M. Ancona||590 €|
|Giampaolo M. Pavia||200 €|
|Roberto G.||200 €|
|Marina F. Vicenza||600 €|
|Total SUM||402.713 €|