A former judge of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv, which sentenced Yulia Tymoshenko, who is wanted, Rodion Kireev got lawyer’s license in Moscow. This is evidenced by the Bar Association of Moscow, reports sud.ua.
Note that Rodion Kireyev, a former judge of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv. Became known for its trial of leader of the “Batkivschyna” Yulia Tymoshenko. In Ukraine, he is suspected of committing a crime under part 2 of article 375 (Decision of the judge (judges) obviously not a judicial sentence, decision, definition or resolution) of the Criminal code of Ukraine.
19 January 2016, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has dismissed him as a judge. Suggestions of resignation to the head of state asked the High Council of justice on the results of inspections. The Supreme qualification Commission of judges of Ukraine opened the disciplinary case concerning Kireeva, arguing that the judge violated the oath.
4 APR 2014 the Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine started criminal proceedings against a judge Rodion Kireeva. On 7 July, the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine was declared wanted the judge Kireev. After the suspect disappeared from the view of militiamen, Anton Gerashchenko has reported that he is in the Crimea.
In 2015, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine decided to arrest the judge Rodion Kireyev handed down the sentence of Yulia Tymoshenko. For a decision voted 297 deputies.
During a pretrial investigation militiamen Kireyev found that “the judge of Pechersky district court of Kyiv, K., examining a criminal case against Tymoshenko under part 3 St. 365 criminal code of Ukraine, in violation of article 29, 64 of the Constitution of Ukraine and article 5 and 6 of the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, Art. 148, 150, 165-1 of the criminal procedure code of Ukraine in edition of 1960, rendered a manifestly unjust decision to change the defendant Tymoshenko of a measure of restraint from recognizance not to leave on a capture under guards”.
Also in GPU note that during the consideration of the same criminal case the judge deliberately, systematically and grossly violated provided for by the acting legislation of Ukraine Tymoshenko’s right to defense.
October 11, 2011, judge Kireyev recognized Yulia Tymoshenko guilty of committing a crime under part 3 St. 365 criminal code of Ukraine and appointed punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for a term of 7 years with deprivation of the right to occupy posts in public authorities, connected with performance organizationally-administrative and is administrative-economic duties for a period of 3 years.
After the Supreme court of Ukraine provided the appropriate assessment to such actions of judge Kireyev and its ruling of 14 April 2014 quashed the mentioned verdict by closing the criminal case against Tymoshenko in connection with absence of event of a crime.