For 10 years Aleksandr Mikhailovich has never given up for a minute. He held single-person pickets in front of the 'white house' demanding the attention of the authorities.
For years of struggle, Timonov has mastered legal concepts better than lawyers, learned some laws and regulations by heart, and divided the case into three volumes: by witnesses and their false testimonies, by episodes of torture, by illegal actions of procurator's officers and the investigation. They made mistakes in giving judgements, omitted the surnames of the defendants in documents, executed papers improperly, and used repeated threats against the senior Timonov.
Aleksandr Mikhailovich filed lawsuits against the eight police officers on the following charges: abuse of office and falsification of evidence. He is planning to seek justice via the Constitutional Chamber and the disciplinary committee.
In 2011, the donkey and the road cart belonging to Aleksandr Mikhailovich Timonov, which were an essential property for a villager, went missing. He filed a petition to the local police officer. Timonov found the donkey a few days later and forgot about his petition.
Six months later, he received a notice he won the case – the donkey and the road cart were found, the thief was convicted and was imposed a fine of 2.5 thousand som (32 dollars). Timonov went to the police precinct to sort out the situation, and they showed him the documents, including acknowledgement on his behalf. Also, there was a protocol of donkey identity parade. However, the donkey was found a year ago.
Later on, it was found out that the escaped prisoner was convicted of the theft of donkey and road cart and a couple of crimes were imposed on him.
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