Court Found Anatol Krasouski Missing

2002 2002-11-21T10:00:00+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

On November 20 judge of Miensk Frunzienski borough court Tatsiana Kulakove satisfied Iryna Krasouskaia’s suit about confessing her husband, businessman Anatol Krasouski to be missing.

Anatol Krasouski disappeared on September 16, 1999 together with Viktar Hanchar, vice-speaker of the Supreme Soviet of the 13th Convocation. The investigation of this case has lasted for three years already.

On November 20, 2002 a representative of prosecutor’s office upheld Iryna Krasoukaia’s solicitation about confessing her husband to be missing.

“We expected that court, being an independent institution, will manage to investigate certain circumstances of disappearance of Krasouski and Hanchar, but this didn’t happen. The court got satisfied with the formal answer of the investigator Chumachenka, who wrote that the investigation was going on and there wasn’t any information about Hanchar and Krasouski”, -- said Iryna Krasouskaia to Radio “Racyja” correspondent. One of the positive aspects of the trial in her opinion is that copies of Alkaiev and Lapatsik’s reports were attached to the case, copies of certain expertise conclusions (including the one concerning the pistol that could serve for killing Anatol Krasouski). Before this, the court didn’t want to recognize these documents. Then judge Kulakova decided to attach them to the case.

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