Persons responsible for the imprisonment of Nadiya Savchenko

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Persons responsible for the imprisonment of Nadiya Savchenko is list of Russian officials who are believed to organise the kidnapping and jailing of Nadezhda Savchenko.

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http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/sanctions-against-persons-responsible-for-the- Sanctions against persons responsible for the imprisonment of Nadiya Savchenko. February 16, 2015.

We urge the imposition of personal sanctions against persons responsible for the kidnapping, arrest and imprisonment of Ukraine’s PACE delegate, people’s deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ukrainian citizen Nadiya Savchenko, as well as for other gross violations of human rights in the Russian Federation.

Savchenko, a Ukrainian servicewoman, volunteered to participate in the anti-terrorist operation in the east of Ukraine. She was kidnapped by the terrorists of the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) and taken to the Russian Federation. She is falsely accused of involvement in the killing of Russian journalists in the ATO zone and has been kept in detention on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Savchenko, a Ukrainian servicewoman, volunteered to participate in the anti-terrorist operation in the east of Ukraine. She was kidnapped by the terrorists of the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) and taken to the Russian Federation. She is falsely accused of involvement in the killing of Russian journalists in the ATO zone and has been kept in detention on the territory of the Russian Federation.

We are convinced that a failure to punish the accomplices in the case of Savchenko’s kidnapping and illegal detention would constitute a dangerous precedent in international law.Given that the Russian Federation:• is a member of the United Nations Organisation, Organisation on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Council of Europe, and International Monetary Fund;• has ratified the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and United Nations Convention against Corruption;• is bound by legal commitments, laid down in the European Convention on Human Rights,

We appeal to • Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine;• Arsenii Yatseniuk, Prime-Minister of Ukraine;• Members of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine;• Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General;• Anne Brasseur, President of PACE;• Hugh Bayley, President of NATO PA;• Donald Tusk, President of the European Council;• Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission;• Members of national delegations to PACE;• Members of NATO PA,

With a request to • Restrict entry to countries involved;• Block access to bank accounts and seize property in countries involved;• Assist in the objective investigation into, and proper punishment of, those responsible for the kidnapping, arrest and imprisonment of Nadiya Savchenko

For those listed below, involved in the Savchenko case:

1. Persons responsible for the political decision to kidnap Nadiya Savchenko, transport her to the territory of Russia, detain her unlawfully and fabricate charges against her; persons responsible for legitimising the actions of Russia towards Nadiya Savchenko in the eyes of the international community.

2. Persons responsible for fabrication of evidence during the pre-trial investigation of Nadiya Savchenko’s case.

3. Persons responsible for presenting fabricated evidence against Nadiya Savchenko during the court proceedings; persons who took decisions as to the legality of this evidence and the extension of Savchenko’s detainment period; other immediate executors of the unlawful decisions.

4. Persons responsible for the financial support of the abovementioned persons.

Political decision

Persons responsible for the political decision to kidnap Nadiya Savchenko, transport her to the territory of Russia, detain her unlawfully and fabricate charges against her; persons responsible for legitimising the actions of Russia towards Nadiya Savchenko in the eyes of the international community.


1. Vladimir Putin President of Russia. Responsible for the political decision to detain Nadiya Savchenko despite the appeals of the international community. During his presidency, there have been several politically motivated murders –the murder of Sergey Magnitsky, Anna Politkovskaya etc.

2. Alexander Bortnikov Director of the Federal Security Service of Russia. Responsible for implementing political decisions in Savchenko’s case. On January 29, 2015, the Federal Security Service started proceedings against Nadiya Savchenko under Article 322, “Unlawful border crossing”, although the evidence shows that Nadiya Savchenko was kidnapped by terrorists. During Bortnikov’s directorship, Yury Shchekochikhin, Stanislav Markelov and Anastasia Baburova were killed; actions aimed atintimidating dissidents (Navalny case, Pussy Riot case) were carried out.

3. Vyacheslav Volodin Chief of staff of the Presidential Administration. Responsible for implementing political decisions in Russia. According to the Dozhd channel, he is a co-author of the law banning adoptions of Russian children by U.S. citizens (Russia’s response to the Magnitsky Act).

4. Alexander Bastrykin Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia. Responsible for fabricating charges against Nadiya Savchenko. When the information about Bastrykin’s possible inclusion in the Magnitsky List appeared in March 2013, he said, “I would be honoured to be on the Magnitsky list.”

5. Vladimir Markin Head of media liaisons for the Russian Federation Investigative Committee. Responsible for deceiving the citizens ofRussia as regards the true situation in Savchenko’s case.

6. Vladislav Surkov Counsellor to the President of Russia. The media call Surkov the ‘supervisor’ of the information campaign aimed at discrediting Nadiya Savchenko. He is on the list of officials who have been barred from entering the EU and whose assets have been frozen.

7. Igor Plotnitsky Leader of the terrorist organisation LNR. He was the head of the so called Zarya battalion, whose members detained Nadiya Savchenko and transported her to Russia.

8. Alexander Shchukin Head of the Investigations Office of the Investigative Committee of Russia. He headed the investigation into the “Bolotnaya case” for a period of time. Shchukin has been included in the list provided by Garry Kasparov – the list of “government officials who took part in the unlawful persecution of the OJSC ‘Yukos Oil Company’; of its executives, employees and persons”.

9. Alexander Drymanov Chief of the Investigative Committee department for crimes related to the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare.On February 9, 2015, he was put in charge of the Investigations Office of the Investigative Committee of Russia in Moscow. Drymanov filed a petition for the arrest of Nadiya Savchenko and signed the document appointing Dmitry Manshin as the investigating officer.

10. Alexander Torshin Member of the Federation Council. He is the author of the bill which allows the Constitutional Court of Russia to block decisions of the European Court of Human Rights.

11. Mikhail Degtyaryov Member of Parliament of Russia. On February 10, 2015, he filed a request to the Ministry of Justice, asking for information on trustees and benefactors of the Sreda foundation which donated 7.5 million rubles to Dozhd TV channel and another 7.5 million to the Tomsk TV company “TV-2”.

12. Alexey Pushkov Head of the Russian delegation in PACE. He voiced the position that immunity would not have any consequences for Savchenko, since she is currently in Russia, charged with grave crimes committed long before she was elected an MP of Ukraine and included in the Ukrainian delegation in PACE.

13. Leonid Slutsky Deputy head of the Russian delegation in PACEHe stated that “PACE, acting on a tip from the Ukrainian delegation, continues to blackmail Russia and drifts away from its principal mission and objective”.

14. Ilyas Umakhanov Deputy head of the Russian delegation in PACEHe participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

15. Alexey Aleksandrov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

16. Lidia Antonova Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

17. Otari Arshba Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

18. Anton Belyakov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

19. Olga Borzova Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

20. Alexander Burkov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE.He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

21. Natalia Burykina Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

22. Igor Chernyshenko Member of the Russian delegation in PACEHe participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

23. Vyacheslav Fetisov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

24. Guennady Gorbunov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

25. Svetlana Goryacheva Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

26. Vitaly Ignatenko Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

27. Leonid Kalashnikov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

28. Sergey Kalashnikov Member of the Russian delegation in PACEHe participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

29. Olga Kazakova Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

30. Igor Lebedev Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

31. Vassiliy Likhachev Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

32. Anvar Makhmutov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did notsupport Savchenko’s release.

33. Ivan Melnikov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

34. Igor Morozov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

35. Sergey Naryshkin Member of the Russian delegation in PACE, speaker of the Parliament of Russia. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release. Naryshkin is on the list of officials who have been barred from entering the EU and whose assets have been frozen; he took part in the PACE session, using his diplomatic immunity.

36. Elena Nikolaeva Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. She participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

37. Vladimir Pligin Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

38. Valery Ponomarev Member of the Russian delegation in PACEHe participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release

39. Alexander Romanovich. Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

40. Robert Shlegel Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

41. Alexander Sidyakin Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

42. Valeriy Sudarenkov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

43. Alexander TerAvanesov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

44. Vyacheslav Timchenko. Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

45. Roman Vanchugov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

46. Sergey Zheleznyak Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

47. Guennady Ziuganov Member of the Russian delegation in PACE. He participated in the PACE session at which the Russian delegation did not support Savchenko’s release.

Pre–trial fraud

Persons responsible for fabrication of evidence during the pre-trial investigation of Nadiya Savchenko’s case.

48 A. I. Pochechuyev Lieutenant Colonel of the Department of the Federal Security Service of Russia in Voronezh region. He produced a report on Savchenko’s "crossing” of the Ukrainian-Russian border.

49 M.A. Lutsenko Inspector of the Highway patrol service of Russia in Voronezh region. He testified to having stopped the car in which Nadiya Savchenko was allegedly crossing the border.

50 A.A. Tertishnkov Inspector of the Highway patrol service of Russia in Voronezh region. He testified to having stopped the car in which Nadiya Savchenko was allegedly crossing the border.

51 O.A.Troynina Police captain She took part in "detaining” Savchenko in the hotel in Voronezh; in particular, she conducted the search during which Russian currency was planted on Savchenko.

52 A.V.Severilov Major crimes investigator of the second investigativedepartment of the Investigative Committee’s Office for major crimesagainst people and security of the state. He is responsible for processing the case about unlawful actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Right Sector combatants and the National Guard of Ukraine in the East of Ukraine, including the case of Nadiya Savchenko.

53 A.A.Strizhov Major crimes investigator of the first investigative department of the Investigative Committee’s Office for major crimes against the governmental authorities and major economic crimes. He is responsible for processing the case on unlawful actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Right Sector combatants and the National Guard of Ukraine in the east of Ukraine. On July 5, 2012, he solicited for the extension of Yaroslav Belousov’s detainment period. He also participated in processing the cases of Konstantin Lebedev and Alexey Polikhovich. Strizhov interrogated Ilya Ponomarev on the Bolotnaya case.

54 Dmitriy Manshin Investigating officer of the Investigative Committee of Russia. Investigating officer of the Investigative Committee of Russia, working on Nadiya Savchenko’s case.

Trail fraud

Persons responsible for presenting fabricated evidence against Nadiya Savchenko during the court proceedings; persons who took decisions as to the legality of this evidence and the extension of Savchenko’s detainment period; other immediate executors of the unlawful decisions.


55 A.V.Lomanov Deputy prosecutor of Novousmansky district of Voronezh oblast. He was a prosecutor at the first trial when the pre-trial restrictions for Savchenko were being determined

56 S.V.Dolgikh Prosecutor of Novousmansky district of Voronezh oblastHe was a prosecutor at the first trial when the pre-trial restrictions for Savchenko were being determined.

57 Dmitry Sorokin Judge of Novousmansky district of Voronezh oblast. The judge resolved to detain Savchenko after she had been transported to Russia.

58 E.I.Butyrin Prosecutor of Voronezh oblast. He was the prosecutor at the trial of September 15, 2014

59 V.A.Sidorov Prosecutor of Voronezh oblast. He was the prosecutor at the trial of September 15, 2014

60 M.T.Saligov Judge of Sovetsky district court of Voronezh oblast. On August 27, 2014, he resolved to extend Nadiya Savchenko’s detention period.

61 S.A.Kozlov Assistant prosecutor of Sovetsky district of Voronezh oblast. He was the prosecutor at the trial of August 27, 2014

62 Tatyana Litovkina Judge of Sovetsky oblast court. She ruled to dismiss the appeal and confirmed the term of Savchenko’s detainment would continue until August 30, 2014

63 Artur Karpov Judge of Basmanny district court in Moscow. On February 10, 2015, he extended Nadiya Savchenko’s detention period till May 13, 2015

64 Nikolay Makarov Director of remand prison no. 3 in Voronezh. He prohibited the bringing of books to Nadiya Savchenko under the pretext of"internal regulations”

65 Tatyana Kirillova Director of remand prison no. 3, “Pechatniki” (Moscow). She is the director of the facility where Nadiya Savchenko started her hunger strike.

Financial support

Persons responsible for the financial support of the abovementioned persons

66 Arkady Rotenberg Russian billionaire Arkady Rotenberg’s companies are being used for money laundering with the purpose of maintaining a lobbyist network in Russia. On March 20, 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama signed an order allowing the imposition of sanctions against key sectors of the Russian economy because of Russia’s threat to the “sovereignty and territorial integrity” of Ukraine. On July 30, 2014, the EU added Rotenberg to its sanctions list. On September 23, 2014, the Italian government seized property of Arkady Rotenberg; as a result, the Parliament of Russia issued a so called Rotenberg law: a new law which states that the Russian citizens whose property has been confiscated will receive compensation from the state budget

67 Boris Rotenberg (citizen of Finland) Co-owner and member of Executive board of the SMP Bank Boris Rotenberg’s companies are being used for money laundering with the purpose of maintaining a lobbyist network in Russia

68. Gennady Timchenko (citizen of Finland) Owner of Volga Group, Chairman of the Economic Council of the FrancoRussian Chamber of Commerce. Gennady Timchenko’s enterprises are being used for money laundering with the purpose of maintaining a lobbyist network in Russia.

source: http://en.odfoundation.eu/a/5883,savchenko-list-persons-involeved-in-persecution-of-n-savchenko

DIscussion

References


http://en.odfoundation.eu/a/5883,savchenko-list-persons-involeved-in-persecution-of-n-savchenko SAVCHENKO LIST: persons involeved in persecution of N. Savchenko. 13.02.2015 Author: Editorial office

Keywords

Corruption, Designate Russia as state sponsor of terrorism, Fascism, KGB, Lustration, Nadezhda Savchenko, Putin world war, Russian invasion into Ukraine, Sanctions, Terror

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