The European Court of Human Rights ordered to pay compensation to certain Estonia Juri Rosin convicted in this country for the rape of a minor. ECHR concluded that the trial of Rosina, held in 2007, was unfair, so the Estonian state should pay pedophile 5.2 thousand euros, the website ERR.ee .
Urey Rosin was convicted in 2007. The court sentenced him to six years and nine months in prison. According to the indictment, in 2005 Rosin forced to participate in sexual activities with a 11-year-old boy and 17-year-old. He also bowed to their alcohol consumption, and for sexual intercourse advantage of the situation when they could not put up any resistance.
Police detained Rosina December 16, 2005. In addition to rape, the court found him guilty of what he was showing pornographic images to minors, corruption of minors and engaged them to decline the use of alcoholic beverages.
However, as the final decision of the ECHR, the trial of kerosene were violated defendant’s right to a fair trial. In particular, he was not given an opportunity to ask questions of a minor witness, on the evidence which the prosecution was based. If the ECHR’s decision will not be appealed, it will enter into force on 18 March 2014.
It is worth noting that the court decision was not all judges agree. Thus, representatives of Macedonia and Greece have found that once a court session has been viewed video interrogation of a minor witness, the defense has had the opportunity to challenge his credibility, and the court was able to assess the witness.
They also drew attention to the fact that the complainant himself twice pleaded guilty in part and apologized for what had committed a crime against the 11-year-old boy. The judges also agreed with the authorities of Estonia, the defender of the complainant himself did not use the right to protection according transmits Delfi .