Military Review

"Putin Hunter" issued to Russia

22
"Putin Hunter" issued to RussiaIn Russia and Ukraine continue to investigate the scandalous case of the attempted assassination of Vladimir Putin. The night before it became known that Ukraine had given Russia one of those suspected of preparing a crime, Ilya Pyanzin.
According to Channel One, Pianzina was taken to the detention facility in Lefortovo the day before. He will be questioned by the FSB investigators. Pianzin currently claims that he is innocent, and the confessions he gave earlier were taken out of him under pressure.


Lawyers for Pyanzin tried to challenge the decision on his extradition, which was taken by the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. Nevertheless, the Malinovsky District Court of Odessa recognized the decision of the prosecutor’s office as lawful, and this week its verdict was confirmed by the court of appeal of the Odessa region, to which Pianzin’s defense appealed.

The scandal in connection with the preparation of the assassination attempt on Putin broke out in the pre-election period, just before the vote. In early February, Ilya Pyanzin, a citizen of Kazakhstan, and Adam Osmayev, a citizen of Russia, were detained in Odessa. They were accused of preparing an assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin, which was to be held after the presidential elections in Russia.

In Odessa, participants in the alleged terrorist group were engaged in training, and Osmayev, who was wanted for terrorism in Russia, served as an instructor. “In general, I was initially asked to just train two people. The ultimate goal was to come to Moscow and try to make an attempt on Putin,” he said. Then Osmaev also refused his testimony.

This terrorists and stung. Everything happened like in a movie: an explosion took place during the assembly of the bomb, as a result one of the group members Ruslan Madaev was killed. After that, the security services went out on the trail of the criminals and detained them, and Pyanzin and Osmayev confessed.

Osmayev has so far managed to avoid extradition to the Russian Federation due to the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). The complaint, which was sent by his lawyers, said that in Russia he could be subjected to torture, and the ECHR recommended that the extradition process be temporarily suspended.
Originator:
http://www.utro.ru/articles/2012/08/26/1067678.shtml
22 comments
Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must to register.

I have an account? Sign in

  1. alexng
    alexng 27 August 2012 09: 35 New
    16
    But interestingly, if it were necessary to extradite him to the United States, then the European Court of Human Rights would probably not even accept the application for consideration from this trickster.
    1. Andrey_K
      Andrey_K 27 August 2012 12: 44 New
      +1
      Assange's example - no one except Ecuador stood up for him - neither the ECHR nor the British Themis - covering half of the world's terrorists under the pretext of observing their rights, no one, and in fact, in the US, the "WikiLeaks collaborator" was subjected to monstrous torture and humiliation - a well-known fact.
      1. bye
        bye 27 August 2012 14: 54 New
        +5
        This whole story with the "attempt" "smells" very bad, there are a lot of inconsistencies and questions in it, and most importantly, "too in time" it surfaced and too much bargaining was conducted around it ...
        I do not believe that the FSO would have let these "kolkhoz regicides" go to the body of the President
        1. Andrey_K
          Andrey_K 27 August 2012 16: 57 New
          0
          C'mon, these terrorists are constantly caught - I personally have repeatedly met the news that we, in Ukraine, have caught a terrorist and extradited to Russia.
          Only this news did not go further than the local press.
          And then the whole world thundered - this subsequent hype - perhaps not by chance, but the fact that the terrorists blew themselves up is a fact - it's impossible to play it all.
  2. predator
    predator 27 August 2012 09: 39 New
    -1
    It is strange that they were caught during the pre-election bacchanalia, not a year ago and not a year later.
  3. vorobey
    vorobey 27 August 2012 09: 41 New
    +4
    Scribe kitten. They are not to blame for this, they will figure it out and will definitely be punished.
    1. collapse
      collapse 27 August 2012 09: 46 New
      0
      I think they will no longer understand, even if not him, who will now backtrack.
  4. Hey
    Hey 27 August 2012 10: 32 New
    +2
    Judging by the green on the face, he already told everything that he knew and what he did not know, and we need him for that so that this freak of 10-15 years would not bother anyone.
    1. T72B
      T72B 27 August 2012 10: 57 New
      +1
      Those. the green on the face - these are not traces of a bomb explosion, but traces of torture of the SBU?
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 27 August 2012 10: 45 New
    +1
    Actually, there are a lot of unclear questions.

    1. Crime (preparation for the commission of a crime, a legal term) committed on the territory of Ukraine.
    2. Their guilt has not yet been proven, that is, they are considered innocent until proven guilty in the manner prescribed by law. Only the court has the right to do so.
    3. Russia could be extradited only after being convicted by a court.

    In my opinion, the heads of law enforcement bodies of Ukraine in their decision on extradition were rather guided political opportunistic considerations rather than legal ones.
    1. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 27 August 2012 12: 50 New
      +2
      Come on! Booth, over there, was extradited to the United States. They were accused of something incomprehensible and thrown into a jail. And why ours are worse? Moreover, they burned out on explosives, and Booth only " intended".
      And the traces on the face were taken during the detention, so as not to rock the boat. The special forces do not like to joke.
    2. Orey
      Orey 27 August 2012 14: 50 New
      0
      Quote: Apollon
      In my opinion, the heads of law enforcement agencies of Ukraine in making the decision on extradition were rather guided by political conjunctural considerations than legal ones.

      We have here for a long time everything according to the concepts, and not according to the law ....
      1. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 27 August 2012 15: 32 New
        +1
        In the USA or Canada?
        1. Orey
          Orey 27 August 2012 16: 13 New
          0
          Quote: Sith Lord
          In the USA or Canada?

          Ahahaha Offended Donetsk. Of course, the Donetsk court is the fairest court in the world laughing And the adoption of a draft law in violation of all the rules of the Verkhovna Rada and the Constitution of Ukraine, by cards of absent deputies, is this a great legislative achievement of Donetsk lawyers?
          If you have the news of the site partners in the right side panel of the site, then you can enjoy the face of Donetsk jurisprudence as a judge of a higher household. court of Ukraine - well, this is where the 20-year-old slut sucks a bottle of champagne with the rest, the other pictures also deliver laughing
          http://gazeta.ua/ru/articles/politics/_sudya-kotoraya-lyubit-pit-shampanskoe-iz-
          gorla-za-god-zarabotala-90-tysyach-a-vy / 451366
          http://argumentua.com/reportazh/ukrainskaya-sudya-dikost-dikaya



          For a little abbreviation, even a year has come. A million alone for declared gifts.
  6. strannik595
    strannik595 27 August 2012 11: 10 New
    -1
    hand it over to Putin and let him go in peace after this meeting, he has a nervous chill judging by the photo laughing
  7. denkastro
    denkastro 27 August 2012 11: 19 New
    0
    These people didn’t make a bomb to kill fish; even if they weren’t going to attempt to encroach on Putin, they were going to blow up peaceful people, which is, in my opinion, much worse. Probably they could flood them a long time ago, but apparently their fate was to sit on ships.
  8. Tog026
    Tog026 27 August 2012 11: 30 New
    0
    Plant all terrorists for life! And besides this, it’s so inadvertent to ascribe an article for wear so that it’s not boring! am
  9. Samsebenaum
    Samsebenaum 27 August 2012 11: 44 New
    +3
    ... The ultimate goal was to come to Moscow and try to assassinate Putin ... " (Cit.)
    What can I say?
    Is it realistic to come to Moscow (why Moscow?) And lay explosives (where, how much and how?) Under the motorcade of the first person (or the second at that time)? If only rich imagination, then yes ...
    I do not believe and cannot believe it. Shito deal with white thread to increase the rating. I just don't see other reasons.
    The attack is another matter, but where does the GDP come from?
    I do not believe! At least until there are convincing FACTS.
  10. SSR
    SSR 27 August 2012 14: 37 New
    0
    and Adam Osmaev, a citizen of Russia.

    This was generally the first to be transmitted
    Osmaev has so far managed to avoid extradition to the Russian Federation thanks to the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

    and from a frightened citizen of Kazakhstan, little will be shaken out .. neither be nor me ..
    "The main thing" must be sneezed.
  11. Karabin
    Karabin 27 August 2012 16: 32 New
    +2
    Excessively zealous residents of Odessa "uncovered" the attempt on Himself. And when, exactly before the elections! And channel 1 here, as here, spread the terrible "news". Bend, bend like that, that's why he is the First. But you need to do something with this mess? You can't let the brakes down, otherwise the last Internet hamster will poke a dirty finger into the light image of the Great. And these rams with a bomb do not pull on a serious organization. In general, a classic example of a suitcase without a handle. We are waiting for the continuation of the performance.
  12. Kolyan 2
    Kolyan 2 27 August 2012 19: 02 New
    0
    Osmayev has so far managed to avoid extradition to the Russian Federation due to the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). The complaint, which was sent by his lawyers, said that in Russia he could be subjected to torture, and the ECHR recommended that the extradition process be temporarily suspended.

    Yeah they can, but they have stroking and kissing on the pope.
    1. Andrey_K
      Andrey_K 27 August 2012 19: 23 New
      0
      Just a hand washes a hand.
      Perhaps this is the "roof" of the owners working - those who ordered the terrorist attack - they see great connections, including in the ECHR.
  13. Delink
    Delink 27 August 2012 20: 32 New
    0
    And how long will we look at the European court? They are there homosexuals allow official marriages. And we are forbidden extradition.
  14. suharev-52
    suharev-52 27 August 2012 22: 34 New
    +3
    I immediately did not like this story. They prepared a terrorist attack - yes, an attempt on the GDP - no. Sincerely.