Nagatinsky court of Moscow once again extended compulsory outpatient treatment to Mikhail Kosenko, a defendant in a criminal case about mass disorders on Bolotnaya square in the capital. Earlier, a similar decision was adopted on 17 July this year.

“The decision of the court to involuntary outpatient treatment to Mikhail Kosenko has been extended. The printed text of the resolution in the required number of copies was the Secretary of the court from the beginning of the meeting,” he wrote on his page in Facebook his sister Ksenia Kosenko.

The court has recognised Mikhail Kosenko insane and sent for compulsory treatment 8 Oct 2013. The invalid of the second group, who was injured while serving in the army, were accused of using force against law enforcement officers on Bolotnaya square on 6 may 2012.

Kosenko, in turn, did not admit guilt. He insisted that together with a group of protesters on Bolotnaya square tried to pass on Manezhnaya square, but could not, as the path was cut off by the police. First, according to him, the aggression began to show it was the Riot police and the people fought back in self-defense.

In February 2014, eight defendants in the “Bolotnaya case” received sentences ranging from three years and three months probation to four years in prison. More than 10 people were amnestied.



The court extended involuntary treatment of the person involved in “marsh business” to Mikhail Kosenko 03.11.2016

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