Putin pardoned women released 8 Aug


RIA Novosti

Marina Janjgava and Annick Kesyan, who was convicted under the article “Gosizmena”, and then pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin will be released on August 8, RIA “Novosti” with reference to their lawyer Ivan Pavlov.

“Tomorrow morning my clients in cases of treason for SMS Annick Kesyan and Marina Janjgava out from “Lefortovo” on freedom,” he said.

Also, the lawyer suggested that Kesyan and Janjgava on the same day, fly away home, “to recover and restore health.”

In addition, Pavlov added that on release from prison women are ready to answer journalists ‘ questions.

29 July, Vladimir Putin signed decrees about pardon of Marina Janjgava and Annick Kesyan.

The inhabitant of Sochi Annick Kesyan and Marina Janjgava was convicted under article 275 of the Russian criminal code (high treason) for sending SMS in 2008, in which they wrote to their friends from Georgia that saw the rail open moved loaded with military equipment train.