Military Review

The court resumed the hearings on the case of "maritime partisans"

19
The court resumed the third in a row review of the case of “maritime partisans”, reports RIA News a message from the representative of the Primorsky Regional Court.

The court resumed the hearings on the case of "maritime partisans"
Archive photo

The next review began in late June. It is reported that "defendants Maxim Kirillov, Alexei Nikitin and Vadim Kovtun did not admit guilt, Vladimir Ilyutikov and Alexander Kovtun, answering the question of guilt, referred to article 51 of the RF Constitution (" No one is obliged to testify against himself ")". A break until September was announced by the court on July 27.

The first meeting after the break is held today,
said the agency interlocutor.

The publication reminds that the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation at the end of 2016 of the year canceled the acquittal in the case of the gang of "Primorsky Partisans", which gained wide popularity after a series of high-profile murders of law enforcement officers and civilians, as well as robberies, car thefts and raids on police stations in the Far East.

In July, the jury of 2016 issued an acquittal verdict when reviewing the case. Then the episode on the murder of 4-s in the Kirovsky district of Primorye, which involved the attack and theft of drugs and valuables of those killed, was re-examined. Having considered the evidence of the prosecution insufficiently convincing, the jury acquitted all five defendants. Nikitin and Vadim Kovtun were released in the courtroom, and Alexander Kovtun, Ilyutikov and Kirillov remained in custody - they serve their sentences in the episodes for which they had been convicted earlier.
Photos used:
http://www.globallookpress.com
19 comments
Ad

Subscribe to our Telegram channel, regularly additional information about the special operation in Ukraine, a large amount of information, videos, something that does not fall on the site: https://t.me/topwar_official

Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must sign in.
  1. dik-nsk
    dik-nsk 11 September 2017 08: 48
    +3
    the system crashed - the people like Robin Hoods and the Pugachevs love us, not understanding Hood he or under the mask
    1. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 11 September 2017 08: 58
      +7
      Quote: dik-nsk
      our people love Robin Hoods and the Pugachevs,
      - Well, if you weren’t under the knife, or by a miracle, you yourself didn’t survive, or someone close. And our law enforcement officers, as luck would have it, are often unclear on whose side. In Russia, people are beaten, that is - very smart. And incredulous after the 91st.
      1. The black
        The black 11 September 2017 09: 17
        +7
        With their "seaside Parisians" the media themselves foster interest in these vampires .. You can’t take a criminal shushkra out of partisans ... even using this word in quotation marks
      2. vp90
        vp90 11 September 2017 10: 21
        +3
        Quote: oldseaman1957
        Quote: dik-nsk
        our people love Robin Hoods and the Pugachevs,
        - Well, if you weren’t under the knife, or by a miracle, you yourself didn’t survive, or someone close. And our law enforcement officers, as luck would have it, are often unclear on whose side. In Russia, people are beaten, that is - very smart. And incredulous after the 91st.

        Previously, there were cops, bandits, commerce, and now often it all became one.
        Odds must be entered into the Criminal Code. For security officials 5, and for officials 3.
        and multiply the term by article.
        Well, in Tagil to build another ten "Red ducks"
      3. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 11 September 2017 11: 12
        +11
        Quote: oldseaman1957
        In Russia, people are beaten, that is - very smart. And incredulous after 91.
        I don’t believe anyone, but I don’t believe the state. And if there are problems with the villains, then the police are the last place I will go ....
        In general, for the last 25 years I have been living according to the principle: "The farther we are from the state, the better for both of us." I pay what taxes are due, the state puts me in a hospital once a year for maintenance, my grandson studies at school for free (well, let's skip, "almost" free lol ), pension, again, pays military and labor. The rest I buy everything for money. I don’t owe him anything more and don’t ask him anything.
        True, if he had not paid taxes, then he would have paid such a pension to himself and his wife out of that money, and his grandson would have studied for a fee. laughing
    2. Baloo
      Baloo 11 September 2017 08: 59
      +6
      Quote: dik-nsk
      the system crashed - the people like Robin Hoods and the Pugachevs love us, not understanding Hood he or under the mask

      The people do not know, before starting their war, the "seaside partisans" got the little thing. Is that a criminalization of the AUE system for effectiveness? What's next? Somalia in our Far East? In the 90s, small-town bandits throughout the country slowed down drivers and demanded a bribe for travel through their territory. ATC in Samara burned out, along with it, and materials on AvtoVAZ. It was impossible to travel outside in a purchased car without excuses to the bandits.
      The “Togliatti phenomenon” is cooler in plot than the Kazan “Tyap-Blunder” and awaits proper comprehensive coverage. Which of the journalists has the courage to tell the truth about the Far Eastern phenomenon of "AUE" - is it time, or weakly?
      1. dik-nsk
        dik-nsk 11 September 2017 09: 08
        +5
        I agree .. a generation of youngsters has grown up, for whom stories about the 90s from former brigade torpedoes, mostly drunk or chopped off, are something romantic plus they play on rebellion peculiar to youth .. this is a serious question and the state should not be missed, it must be resolved. and then we will soon get in Ukraine a group of Natsiks, only with prison ideology
        1. user
          user 11 September 2017 11: 15
          +5
          stories about the 90s from the former brigade torpedoes


          Why tales, but training of militants on the basis of Pacific Fleet special forces for Aum Shinrikyo. The people just remember such things, it’s for those who weren’t in the Kremlin, and the publication in the Krasnoyarsk Worker of a series of articles on the law of prison laws and ethics. Or for example, the sentence for Anatoly Bykov is 9 years probation - this is generally a song and no one is outraged and does not revise anything. You won’t list everything.
          I’m why the story of the 90s is so murky and criminal, and the people lived and survived there, but by and large nothing has changed dramatically. Well, take at least the Yeltsin Center or the recent anniversary of Sobchak or 9 billion found from the colonel of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
          So the dogs bark, and the caravan goes on.
          1. dik-nsk
            dik-nsk 11 September 2017 11: 20
            +1
            You misunderstood me, well, or I put it crookedly)) I meant precisely the romanticization of these tales, it seems to them that everything is beautiful and rainbow, but the truth is tougher hi
          2. Palch
            Palch 11 September 2017 13: 24
            +2
            The merging of the criminal world with power has long been completed completely and without turning. Crime is the real fifth column that power holds for a special occasion. And the fight against crime is, of course, at the level of every riffraff. Now the crime is actually duplicating state. functions. Of course it’s not so annoying and obvious, but there is such a thing. And about aye - so they already have a whole system of education and training throughout the country. Probably our Ministry of Education will be resting soon .....
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 11 September 2017 09: 13
        +10
        Quote: Balu
        ATC in Samara burned out, along with it, and materials on AvtoVAZ. It was impossible to travel outside in a purchased car without excuses to the bandits.

        A friend from Samara told me that at that time he was a rather big FSB officer, that they had taken Makara service cards with a friend and went to Togliatti to buy him a car. They left the factory normally, apparently they “rang”, but grazed to Samara. A week later, the car left. So he found someone he needed, he got into a conversation, he opened the ledger (and the brother had bureaucracy, damn it!) Looked and apologized that his car was already in Poland. And a week later they drove him to the porch the same, even the numbers of the body-engine (broken, though) coincide!
        Stunned, what orders were ... wassat
        1. Baloo
          Baloo 11 September 2017 09: 25
          +6
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          A friend from Samara told me

          Similarly. The same lads took tools at work and on a business trip. At gangster posts, they demonstrated tools and with a polite warning "We are Kazan scumbags, we knee-deeply" drove famously.
          Such were the times that even Stirlitz had to go to extreme measures.
      3. sogdy
        sogdy 11 September 2017 11: 52
        +1
        Quote: Balu
        The people are not in the know, before starting their war, the "seaside partisans" got the little things

        Yes, not in the know.
    3. Same lech
      Same lech 11 September 2017 09: 01
      +1
      Yes, there are so many of them in RUSSIA and always things ended with corpses.
    4. Plombir
      Plombir 12 September 2017 17: 06
      0
      What the fuck robin hoods? These are ghouls. The same creatures as GTA.
  2. Firework
    Firework 11 September 2017 09: 14
    +2
    Considering the evidence of the prosecution insufficiently convincing, the jury acquitted all five defendants
    and how to understand who they are: innocent or bandits?
    in our country anyone can be made a criminal
    1. AUL
      AUL 11 September 2017 09: 23
      +3
      And also make anyone innocent. The issue of financing.
      1. Firework
        Firework 11 September 2017 09: 26
        +3
        But what if the crime is recorded on video? then the guilt of the accused is obvious
        1. urapatriot
          urapatriot 11 September 2017 14: 17
          +1
          In this case, the video cameras usually turn out to be faulty, or the investigation simply “forgets” their existence. You understand, we live in Russia ....
          https://www.kp.ru/daily/24553/729662/