HRC Sent A Letter To The UN High Commissioner On The Case Of The Russian Woman Osipova

HRC Sent A Letter To The UN High Commissioner On The Case Of The Russian Woman Osipova
HRC Sent A Letter To The UN High Commissioner On The Case Of The Russian Woman Osipova

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MOSCOW, June 18 - RIA Novosti. The Human Rights Council under the President of the Russian Federation (HRC) sent a letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet with a request to take control of the situation with the Russian woman Bogdana Osipova, convicted in the United States.

"I ask you, dear Madam High Commissioner, to draw the attention of the US justice authorities to the conditions of detention of Bogdana Osipova, the state of her health. Taking into account that her defense intends to appeal the verdict, the Council hopes for an objective consideration of this case by the court, taking into account the observance of the legal rights of minors separated from their mother, "says the letter, a copy of which is at the disposal of RIA Novosti.

A court in Kansas sentenced Osipova to seven years in prison for abducting a child by a parent and extortion, and for three years after her release, she will have to be under supervision and pay her ex-husband 18 thousand dollars in legal costs. Osipova left the United States with a child from Brian Mobley in 2014, when she was pregnant with their second common child. Mobley received full custody of the children in a US court. Osipova returned to the United States in 2017 to settle a dispute with her ex-husband, and was detained. Former husband of Osipova Brian Mobley and lawyer Oksana Sokolova told RIA Novosti that Mobley offered and continues to offer Osipova joint custody of children. The relatives of the convict say they are skeptical about these proposals.

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