The Meshchansky Court of Moscow imposed one year and ten months of restriction of freedom on Akhmed Guloev in the case of the death of anti-fascist Alexei Sutuga, known as Socrates. It is reported by TASS with reference to the court.
Guloev was found guilty of causing death by negligence (Part 1 of Article 109 of the Criminal Code).
In the case of the death of Sutuga, there were three more defendants – Saikhan Adaev, Ibragim Baliev and Aslakhan Sadaev – who were charged with causing grievous harm by a group of persons (Part 3 of Article 111 of the Criminal Code). After their release from the pre-trial detention center in May 2021, they stopped coming to meetings.
In August 2020, Sutuga suffered a severe head injury in a street fight in Moscow and died in hospital a few days later.
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