Oleg Navalny was released

The brother of Aleksei Navalny's policy, Oleg Navalny, left the colony of the IK-5 in Orel on Friday after three and a half years of imprisonment, to which he was sentenced in the case of Yves Rocher.
Oleg Navalny was met by his elder brother - Alexey Navalny - and employees of the Anti-Corruption Fund.

A few days before the release of the facebook Oleg Navalny a post appeared, where he announced his exit from the colony. "There is such a day in the time of any prisoner. He means that they will release you a day before the date determined by the court. I, of course, deny this kind of alms, which, incidentally, does not prevent me from coming to freedom on June 29, as June 30 falls on Saturday, and the principles of humanism oblige to release the prisoners on the last working day preceding the holidays / weekends, "he wrote. .

Aleksey Navalny reminded on Thursday that these were difficult years for his brother: "Constant SHIZO, strict conditions of detention, and in the end, and at all" chamber-type premises. " But the dude always kept dignity and optimism. " A month before his release, Oleg was placed in a punishment cell. "Mediason" indicated that he was sent to the shizo seven times during the term of imprisonment.

 Oleg Navalny was sentenced in the case of "Yves Rocher" to three and a half years in a general regime colony, Alexei Navalny - to three and a half years of probation. Such a decision was issued by the Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow on December 30, 2014. They were found guilty of large-scale fraud and money laundering. The investigation believed that they fraudulently abducted the money of LLC "Yves Rocher East" in the amount of over 26.7 million rubles, as well as the funds of LLC "Multiprofile processing company" (MIC) in the amount of more than 4.4 million rubles. This money, according to the investigation, was later legalized by transferring fictitious grounds to the LLC "Kobyakovskaya Lobo Building Factory", which is under the control of the defendants and their relatives.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in October 2017 concluded that the verdict in the case of "Yves Rocher" was arbitrary and unreasonable. Russia was to pay Navalnym compensation of 10 000 euros each, as well as compensate for legal costs. The ECHR found violations of the applicants' right to a fair trial (Article 6 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights) and punishment solely on the basis of the law (Article 7). The criminal charges in this case were "widely and unpredictably interpreted," the court said. Navalny's lawyer, Olga Mikhailova, explained that the verdict should be canceled, since the ECHR found a violation of the right to a fair trial. However, in April 2018, the Presidium of the Supreme Court refused to revoke the verdict.