The court of Mariupol has satisfied the petition about the disqualification of judges in the case of Kolmogorov

The seaside district court of Mariupol has satisfied the petition about the disqualification of judges in the case of the frontier guard Sergey Kolmogorov. This was announced by MP from the “Samopomichi” Taras Shepherd on his page in Facebook.

In particular, says the withdrawal of two judges of the three: Dmitry Dyachenko and Alexey Shishelina. Complaints are associated with “negative and accusatory position” in relation to Kolmogorov, which allegedly formulated by the judge.

A criminal case will be directed to the new automatic distribution between the judges.

Recall that on 6 November 2017 Supreme special court of Ukraine on consideration of civil and criminal cases sent the case of Kolmogorov for a new trial in the court of first instance and released him from custody. Thus, the relevant decision the court satisfied the complaint of lawyers of Kolmogorov.

In September 2014 at a checkpoint near Mariupol border guards noticed a car that flashed their lights and then headed towards the checkpoint. In response to the requirement to stop for check of documents the driver increased the speed and went on break. Nine border guards opened fire on the car. In the death of a passenger, the driver was not injured and shortly after the interrogations went to Russia. For the woman’s death is held accountable Sergey Kolmogorov, November 15, 2016, the Primorsky district court of Mariupol, Donetsk region declared Kolmogorov guilty of committing crimes under part 1 of article 115, part 3, article 365 of the Criminal code of Ukraine and sentenced him to 13 years of imprisonment with deprivation of the right to hold office of a representative of authority in law enforcement for a period of 3 years and deprivation of a military rank “senior soldiers”. Appeal court of Donetsk region upheld the verdict of first instance in force.