Article 3

Deportation to Algeria of a convicted of terrorist acts. There is no risk of inhuman or degrading treatment. No infringement of Article 3 of the ECHR.

JUDGMENT Α.Μ. v. France 29.04.2019 (no. 12148/18) see here   SUMMARY The case concerns the applicant’s planned deportation to Algeria after he was convicted in France in 2015 for participating in acts of terrorism and was permanently banned from French territory. The Court found that the general situation in Algeria as regards the treatment of individuals […]

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Transportation of prisoners in metal chambers in trucks without water and food constitutes degrading treatment. Systemic problem.

JUDGMENT Tomov and others v. Russia 09.04.2019 (18255/10, 63058/10, 10270/11, 73227/11, 56201/13 and 41234/16) see here SUMMARY Transfer of prisoners. Poor detention conditions. Complaints of seven Russian prisoners. The Court found that the violations were mainly caused by the adherence to obsolete standards for the transfer of detainees (transportation to solid metal wards in prison […]

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Slaps and kicks in temporary prisoners. The burden of proof for injuries lies solely with the state.

JUDGMENT Csonka v. Hungary 16.04.2019 (no. 48455/14) see here SUMMARY Slaps in the face and kicks on the chest and stomach of the applicant by police officers during his interrogation. Rejection by the national authorities of the applicant’s complaint of ill-treatment on reasonable grounds that he has been self injured during that interrogation. The Court […]

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Unjustified violent police raid against a Roma settlement with injuries. Condemnation for degrading treatment and racist motives!

JUDGMENT Lingurar v. Romania 16.04.2019 (no. 48474/14) see here SUMMARY Raid by 85 policemen in the Roma community in Romania and injury by the applicants. The Court found that there was no justification for the disproportionate use of force during the raid against the applicant’s family members. The applicants were unarmed and never accused of […]

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Inhuman and degrading treatment of Afghans by Greek police officers!

JUDGMENT Sarwari and others v. Greece 11.04.2019 (no. 38089/12) see here  SUMMARY Ten Afghan nationals denounced that they had been mistreated by police officers in search of an Afghan fugitive who had escaped from a courtroom. Nine of the applicants complained that they had been ill-treated in the building where they lived, while the tenth […]

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Keeping prisoners in the cells for 23 hours a day is a degrading treatment. Temporary detention legislation must accurately stipulate its duration

JUDGMENT Bigović v. Montenegro 19.03.2019 (no. 48343/16) see here SUMMARY Degrading conditions of detention. A prisoner sentenced to 30 years’ imprisonment for murdering an investigator remained for 23 hours a day locked in his cells and the only regular activity outside the cell was exercise for one hour a day. Lack of adequate provision for […]

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Hearing procedure with the accused in a metal cage. Degrading treatment.

JUDGMENT Valyuzhenich v. Russia 26.03.2019  (no.  10597/13) see here SUMMARY The applicant was detained in a metal cage in the course of his criminal proceedings, which lasted 16 trial days, but also during his participation in the hearing from prison through videoconference. No office in the cage, which deprived the defendant of the possibility of […]

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Information of the Afghan immigrants in the island of Chios in Greek that they could appeal against deportation to an administrative court without specifying which court was i and where it was, since in Chios such a court did not exist. Violation of the ECHR

JUDGMENT  O.S.A. and others v. Greece  21.03.2019  (no. 39065/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the applicants’ conditions of detention in the Vial centre on the island of Chios, and the issues of the lawfulness of their detention, the courts’ review of their case, and the information provided to them. The Court considered that, in […]

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