Azerbaijani police release fourth suspected in Ukraine's MP Nayem beating

Source : 112 Ukraine

He was released due to the absence of the proper documents from Ukraine
17:59, 7 May 2018

The law enforcers of Azerbaijan have released Magomed-Amin Saitov suspected in the beating of Mustafa Nayem, the MP of the Ukrainian parliament in Kyiv’s downtown. Advocate Oleh Ishchenko claimed this to Ukrainian News.

According to him, Saitov was released soon after the detention on May 5.

‘He was released due to the absence of the proper documents from Ukraine. However, he was deprived of the passport’, the advocate said.

Ishchenko confirmed that Saitov was detained in Baku at the airport after his return in Ukraine.

‘We wanted him to come but now it will be very difficult for him to leave Azerbaijan until the finish of the extradition. In fact, the Ukrainian law enforcers hindered to speed up his return’, the advocate added.

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The press service of Shevchenkinsky court reported that the appeal to assume the restrictive measure in the form of the arrest against fourth suspect Magomed-Amin Saitov was filed to the court.

According to the result of the consideration of this appeal, investigating judge made a decision that Saitov should be arrested without a right for a bail until July 1, 2018.

The court also made a decision to bring Saitov in Shevchenkinsky court for the consideration of the changing of the restrictive measure in the form of the arrest for a lighter restrictive measure in 48 hours after his arrival.

Related: Beating of Ukraine's MP Nayem: fourth suspect detained

As it was reported earlier, a people's deputy Mustafa Nayem was beaten in the area of Bessarabska Square in Kyiv on April 30. He himself informed about the incident and stressed that the incident is not connected with his political activities.

One of the participants in the beating of the People's Deputy Mustafa Nayem on Bessarabska Square, wanted by the police, flew to Baku (Azerbaijan) 2 hours after the incident. It was reported that he was the one who broke the jaw of the deputy.

Related: Beating of MP Nayem in Kyiv: Commentary of the police

The three detainees were charged under Art. 296 Part 2  of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, the sanction of which provides for up to 4 years of imprisonment, which is a more severe punishment than that of Article 122 Part 1.

The law enforcers detained a 29-years-old man suspected of beating of Ukraine’s MP Mustafa Nayem on May 5.

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