The witness: the nationalist Goryachev gave BOURNE orders murder
Convicted in the murder of lawyer Stanislav Markelov Evgenia Khasis named defendant Ilya Goryachev killer, "nationalist library" and organizer of the militant organization of Russian nationalists (BORN), reports journalist Last news from the hall of the Moscow city court.
"He's known me as a leader and organizer BOURNE, an organization which has made a number of violence, as well As among them murders within the Russian Federation," Khasis said." by and large, He is a murderer, as It was He had ordered the murder, " said the witness.
She explained that Goryachev, and her common-law husband Nikita Tikhonov (lifetime convicted of deprivation of life Markelov and reporter Anastasia Baburova) - staunch nationalists. But Tikhonov - guy and a bully, And Goryachev - " boy-intellectual, nationalist library "." in BOURNE was sponsored by Goryachev, and was executor of his will Tikhonov, " explained Khasis.
She told how he met Goryacheva: Tikhonov, who has been hiding in Ukraine, gave him a poster with a picture of the commander of the UPA Roman Shukhevych in a Nazi uniform." He stated that Goryachev will like that the posters Bandera and Shukhevych besprepjatstvenno sold in Ukraine. It was 2008 and the events currently taking place in Ukraine, it was impossible to predict, for this reason, the gift seemed to me not terrible, But strange, " said the witness.
Khasis was taken to the court from jail " Lefortovo ". She gives testimony, standing in handcuffs, very close to her is a female escort. Lawyer Goryacheva Nikolai Polozov said that its civil wife Tikhonov during interrogation took off the handcuffs and even gave up arms, which was explored as real evidence." But however, He is condemned for life and could go to the judge and the attorneys, " said Polozov. Anyway, handcuffs with Khasis is not removed.
Grouping BOURNE based in the Russian capital in mid-2008 Goryacheva and Nikita Tikhonov, received sad popularity because of the numerous murders and attacks on commissioners the anti-fascist movement.