Ilgar Mamedov Appeals

Yesterday the lawyer Fuad Agayev filed an appeal to the Supreme Court in connection with the leader of the Movement REAL Ilgar Mamedov.

As the lawyer told Turan, in the complaint, he asks to cancel the sentence of the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes and the decision of the Sheki Court of Appeal, to dismiss the case and immediately release Ilgar Mamedov.

“I hope that innocence of Mamedov was fully proved in court and the case materials, videos and witness testimony completely refuted the allegations of the investigation,” said Fuad Agayev.

On March 17, 2013 the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes sentenced Ilgar Mamedov to 7 years in prison after he was convicted for the riots in Ismayilli on 23-24 January 2013.

On May 22, 2014 the European Court of Human Rights declared illegal Ilgar Mamedov’s detention. By decision of the European Court, the Azerbaijani government should pay compensation to Mamedov – 22 thousand euros.

In June 2014 the Sheki Court of Appeal upheld the conviction of the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes.

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Ilgar Mamedov Appeals

November 15th, 2014

Yesterday the lawyer Fuad Agayev filed an appeal to the Supreme Court in connection with the leader of the Movement REAL Ilgar Mamedov.

As the lawyer told Turan, in the complaint, he asks to cancel the sentence of the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes and the decision of the Sheki Court of Appeal, to dismiss the case and immediately release Ilgar Mamedov.

“I hope that innocence of Mamedov was fully proved in court and the case materials, videos and witness testimony completely refuted the allegations of the investigation,” said Fuad Agayev.

On March 17, 2013 the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes sentenced Ilgar Mamedov to 7 years in prison after he was convicted for the riots in Ismayilli on 23-24 January 2013.

On May 22, 2014 the European Court of Human Rights declared illegal Ilgar Mamedov’s detention. By decision of the European Court, the Azerbaijani government should pay compensation to Mamedov – 22 thousand euros.

In June 2014 the Sheki Court of Appeal upheld the conviction of the Sheki Court on Grave Crimes.

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