Nasimi Court dismissed Kamala Bananyarly’s appeal to the prosecutor

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The Nasimi District Court dismissed the complaint from the activist of the Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan (PFPA) Kamala Khalilova (Bananyarly) against prosecutors in connection with the refusal to initiate a criminal investigation into the torture of her in the Nasimi Police on May 6.

Recall that Khalilova (Bananyarly) was arrested on May 6 during the protest against the sentencing of 8 activists of the NIDA movement.

According to activists, while in the Nasimi district police she had been tortured and abused. The next day, Nasimi District Court sentenced Bananyarly to 30 days of administrative arrest.

According to the lawyer for Khalilova (Bananyarly), Asabali Mustafayev, in connection with the torture, the defense filed a complaint with the prosecutor’s office.

“However, the investigator of the Nasimi district prosecutor office Anar Adyev held a hasty investigation and refused to open a criminal case,” Mustafayev said.

On this decision the defense filed a complaint with the Nasimi District Court for a judicial review.

Consideration of the complaint was held on July 11, chaired by Judge Elman Isayev.

“Despite the fact that the investigator conducted a superficial investigation and interrogated ordinary employees of the Nasimi Police as witnesses and did not attract the witnesses proposed by us, the judge dismissed the complaint,” said the lawyer Mustafayev.

According to him, the investigator “established” that Bananyarly was never brought to Nasimi District Police Department of Baku.

“But Khalilova with four activists was brought from Police Station No 22 to the district police office. While others were brought back, Khalilova was left there and she spent the night in a cell with one woman. We suggested that the investigator interviewed the woman and the other detainees. In addition, the district administration has surveillance cameras everywhere and their records had to be viewed. In the Binagadi detention facility Khalilova was visited by the ambulance doctors almost every day and the conclusion of these doctors also had to be investigated,” said Mustafayev.

Despite the protests of Khalilova (Bananyarly) during the investigator’s speech including the statement of untrue facts, the judge removed her from the hall and actually reviewed the case without her.

Mustafayev said the decision of the court will be filed an appeal and eventually the case will be brought before the European Court of Human Rights.

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Nasimi Court dismissed Kamala Bananyarly’s appeal to the prosecutor

July 11th, 2014

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The Nasimi District Court dismissed the complaint from the activist of the Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan (PFPA) Kamala Khalilova (Bananyarly) against prosecutors in connection with the refusal to initiate a criminal investigation into the torture of her in the Nasimi Police on May 6.

Recall that Khalilova (Bananyarly) was arrested on May 6 during the protest against the sentencing of 8 activists of the NIDA movement.

According to activists, while in the Nasimi district police she had been tortured and abused. The next day, Nasimi District Court sentenced Bananyarly to 30 days of administrative arrest.

According to the lawyer for Khalilova (Bananyarly), Asabali Mustafayev, in connection with the torture, the defense filed a complaint with the prosecutor’s office.

“However, the investigator of the Nasimi district prosecutor office Anar Adyev held a hasty investigation and refused to open a criminal case,” Mustafayev said.

On this decision the defense filed a complaint with the Nasimi District Court for a judicial review.

Consideration of the complaint was held on July 11, chaired by Judge Elman Isayev.

“Despite the fact that the investigator conducted a superficial investigation and interrogated ordinary employees of the Nasimi Police as witnesses and did not attract the witnesses proposed by us, the judge dismissed the complaint,” said the lawyer Mustafayev.

According to him, the investigator “established” that Bananyarly was never brought to Nasimi District Police Department of Baku.

“But Khalilova with four activists was brought from Police Station No 22 to the district police office. While others were brought back, Khalilova was left there and she spent the night in a cell with one woman. We suggested that the investigator interviewed the woman and the other detainees. In addition, the district administration has surveillance cameras everywhere and their records had to be viewed. In the Binagadi detention facility Khalilova was visited by the ambulance doctors almost every day and the conclusion of these doctors also had to be investigated,” said Mustafayev.

Despite the protests of Khalilova (Bananyarly) during the investigator’s speech including the statement of untrue facts, the judge removed her from the hall and actually reviewed the case without her.

Mustafayev said the decision of the court will be filed an appeal and eventually the case will be brought before the European Court of Human Rights.

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