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Directrice beat student? (Case number 15)

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A criminal case. Now she faces up to 10 years imprisonment for abuse of office.


The audit found that the AK is a disciple 8 "D" grade school № 87.
October 15, 2003 at the last lesson of the Tatar language in the class entered the school head teacher for the formation of the Tatar, who made a remark about the AK that his books are not on the desk. Coming out of the class, she heard the obscene words, uttered involuntarily by K. After some time in the class entered the school director, who, without explanation, K. struck on the cheek with his hand, then slapped on the back.

The incident Karl told his mother, after which they are on the same day went to the injury. point of the Kirov district of Kazan, where the bruises were recorded on the back and cheek. K and filed a petition to the prosecutor of the Kirov district of the criminal case against the school principal. The next day, a forensic medical examination of injuries received in a city hospital № 15, Kazan.
According to students 8 "D" grade school number 87, on the last lesson of the Tatar language school director without any explanations, K. struck his hand over his face and back. At the present time by the school principal is under pressure on students in this class. She makes them in writing or orally to characterize C. with bad side.

Thus, the director of school number 87, for the bad behavior of K., as an official, had the authority to impose disciplinary sanctions, exceeded them all using corporal punishment. A. Actions can be qualified by item "and" Part 3. 286 of the Criminal Code, that is, the commission official action is clearly beyond its mandate and involve a substantial violation of the rights and lawful interests of citizens committed to violence.
The use of corporal punishment of school principal, a representative of the State, by analogy with the decision in the case of Y. v. United Kingdom (October 8, 1991), qualifies as an affront to human dignity and assault causing bodily harm. The court also noted that the punishment may have a damaging psychological effect on the victim. The use of corporal punishment in schools was considered degrading.
That is, the actions of the headmaster № 87 finds a violation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, which is expressed in inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Based on the foregoing, I consider it necessary institution case of violation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and take it to the production of Human Rights Center of the city of Kazan.

Specialist investigations
Human Rights Centre of Kazan

Chronicle Antiproizvola

January 6
Procurator of the Moscow district of Kazan criminal case against Akhmetshina NS on the fact of abuse of authority (subsection "and" Part 3 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code). The investigation is underway.
February 12
Was carried out confrontation between the victim and K. Akhmetshina NS, during which Karl insisted on causing him Akhmetshina NS injury, but she refuse this.
May 24
Moscow district court ruled the city of Kazan 'Stop on Akhmetshina Naili Salyahovny criminal case st.286 Part 1 of the Criminal Code, in connection with reconciliation with the victim, according to item 25 of the CPC.
Preventive measure travel ban - to cancel.
Physical evidence: light-up explanations Akhmetshina NS, issue of the newspaper "Evening Kazan" № 6 (2736) from 16.01.2004g. Stored in - keep the criminal case.
The ruling may be appealed in cassation to the Supreme Court of RT within 10 days from the date of the proclamation.
Victims of appeal ruling refused.

These are the facts gathered in the course of Human Rights Center of Kazan public investigation. All statements and explanations given to citizens voluntarily. Not all of these facts can be confirmed by state authorities. Employees of the Human Rights Centre of Kazan confident that the facts indicate misconduct of agents of the state. Human Rights Centre reserves the right to seek an effective official investigation on them, including international institutions.

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