Hasan Huseynli’s wife about sentencing her husband

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The arrest of Hasan Huseynli is unthinkable injustice. For the city of Ganja he was like Zeynalabdin Tagiyev, a man of the highest authority, who taught the young people, showed them the way, said Tarana Huseynli, wife of the head of the Center of Education “Kamil Vetendash”, who was sentenced by the court to six years of imprisonment.

Speaking about the reasons for his arrest Tarana Huseynli said that a passerby slandered him. “I think he is a mentally ill person becxause the court could not provide any evidence at the trial – no knife, no wounds, no other things. We thought that the court will investigate and explain everything, but in vain. The Court did not even request camcorders record from the place where the alleged perjurer was stabbed ,” said Tarana Huseynli.

She appealed on the matter to the head of state, his wife, and the prosecutor’s office, but no result followed. Tarana Huseynli claims that her husband helped young people to study abroad, and also took care of unaccompanied children. His formert pupils are on higher positions in Baku. Huseynlu helped two deputies of the current chief of the executive of Ganja to get an education.

Tarana Huseynli said that while reading the verdict the judge felt the pangs of conscience. “I felt that the judge read out the sentence with a heavy heart,” she said. An appeal will be filed against the sentence.

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Hasan Huseynli’s wife about sentencing her husband

July 14th, 2014

071400084118
The arrest of Hasan Huseynli is unthinkable injustice. For the city of Ganja he was like Zeynalabdin Tagiyev, a man of the highest authority, who taught the young people, showed them the way, said Tarana Huseynli, wife of the head of the Center of Education “Kamil Vetendash”, who was sentenced by the court to six years of imprisonment.

Speaking about the reasons for his arrest Tarana Huseynli said that a passerby slandered him. “I think he is a mentally ill person becxause the court could not provide any evidence at the trial – no knife, no wounds, no other things. We thought that the court will investigate and explain everything, but in vain. The Court did not even request camcorders record from the place where the alleged perjurer was stabbed ,” said Tarana Huseynli.

She appealed on the matter to the head of state, his wife, and the prosecutor’s office, but no result followed. Tarana Huseynli claims that her husband helped young people to study abroad, and also took care of unaccompanied children. His formert pupils are on higher positions in Baku. Huseynlu helped two deputies of the current chief of the executive of Ganja to get an education.

Tarana Huseynli said that while reading the verdict the judge felt the pangs of conscience. “I felt that the judge read out the sentence with a heavy heart,” she said. An appeal will be filed against the sentence.

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