A resident of Sochi, Oksana Sebastini, who was convicted of sent to Georgia for FREE on military equipment and pardoned by the President of Russia, reminded about the pensioner who was also convicted for SMS to Georgia. “This woman’s name is Aniko Kesyan, she’s Armenian from Adler, it’s 60 years old, and in summer 2015 she was sentenced to eight years, too, for FREE. Now she is in prison in Mordovia,” — said Sewaside (quoted by “Interfax”).
Her lawyer, head of “Team 29” Ivan Pavlov reported that his team is engaged in business Kesyan. “We will continue to review materials and prepare documents for review,” he said.
Pavlov noted that in the Russian colonies “in different regions of the other prisoners on similar charges”. It’s the people who are convicted of sending SMS to their friends, in particular addressing the same trains sent to Georgia, he added.
Earlier that lawyers “Team 29” intend to do business Kesyan, wrote “Kommersant”. According to the newspaper, citing data from Krasnodarskogo regional court, sentence her to eight years in prison — was handed down in August 2015. Ivanov drew attention to the fact that in the case of Sebastini, and in the case of Kesyan appear one judge, investigator and Prosecutor.
Sebastini in 2015 was arrested and charged with treason because of the messages she sent to his friend Timur, Burkadze from Sukhum in 2008, shortly before the fighting in South Ossetia. Buscarse asked if she saw in Sochi, military equipment, and Sebastini told him about the train, heading towards Abkhazia. According to investigators, Buscarse was a Georgian spy. The court sentenced Sebastini to seven years of imprisonment.
On 7 March, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin pardoned, Sebastini. Wednesday, March 15, the Supreme court reduced her sentence to three years imprisonment.