The European Court of Human Rights is to hear a box of a Russian publisher arrested for extremism, a TASS news organisation reported Monday.
Alexander Sokolov, a former contributor for a RBC newspaper, was arrested in Jul 2015.
He is seeking a justice to commend violations of his right to leisure and personal confidence and to his right to a satisfactory trial, his counsel Dmitry Dinze told TASS.
Sokolov and dual of his associates, Valery Parfyonov and Yury Mukhin, were arrested for purported impasse in nonconformist severe classification Armiya Voli Naroda (Army of a People’s Will). The organisation has been criminialized in Russia given 2010.
Prosecutors explain that a organisation continued a organization’s activities underneath a opposite name after a organisation was banned.
Sokolov denies all charges and says his charge is connected with his veteran activity. If found guilty he faces adult to 8 years in prison.
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