The European court of human rights has awarded compensation for moral damages of 25 million euros to the inhabitant of Krasnodar territory. In her eyes the security forces severely beat the father, after which she became afraid of people. This is stated in the message of the “Committee against torture”. The decision was published on the website of the Strasbourg court.
According to human rights activists, in 2008 the girl together with his father was going to go home after a holiday in the school. She got in the car, at this point, the father ran up the staff of the DEA and the FSB and started beating him. Later it became known that the security forces conducted a “test purchase”.
The girl jumped out of the car and began to shout. She asked the security forces to release his father. Someone from the police told her to “Shut up and get in the car”. The girl got scared, got back in the car and some more time watching the beating of the father. Then she got out of the car and ran down the street. Later in a state of shock and profound stress was found by a relative.
Doctors diagnosed the child’s neurological syndrome and neurosis-like enuresis due to the experienced situation. Also, the doctors diagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder, dysfunction of the bladder and other diseases. “She started screaming at night, she had nightmares. She had become withdrawn and afraid of people, it was hard to study and play music, although it showed great promise and was the best student in the class. To date, her psychological health was not recovered in full,” say the defenders.
The investigating authorities have not opened a criminal case against the security forces. The courts had rejected the complaint of relatives. Thus criminal case against the father of a schoolgirl stopped, his detention declared illegal.
The European court of human rights acknowledged the beating his father by police in front of daughter in violation of article of the European Convention on the prohibition of torture and ill-treatment.
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