|EGMR, 10.02.2011 - 44973/04|
- Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte
PREMININY v. RUSSIA
Art. 3, Art. 5, Art. 5 Abs. 4, Art. 41 MRK
Remainder inadmissible Violation of Art. 3 (substantive aspect) Violation of Art. 3 (procedural aspect) No violation of Art. 3 (substantive aspect) Violation of Art. 5-4 Non-pecuniary damage - award (englisch)
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GJINI v. SERBIAIn such circumstances, the absence of any direct State involvement in acts of violence that meet the condition of severity such as to engage Article 3 of the Convention does not absolve the State from its obligations under this provision (see Premininy v. Russia, no. 44973/04, § 71, 10 February 2011).
Unfortunately, this aspect of the issue is absent from the majority's analysis, in disregard of the Court's case-law on the subject (see Premininy v. Russia, no. 44973/04, § 87, 10 February 2011, and Rodic and Others v. Bosnia and Herzegovina, no. 22893/05, §§ 69-71, 27 May 2008).
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TAUTKUS v. LITHUANIAFurthermore, contrary to the facts in Premininy v. Russia (no. 44973/04, § 89, 10 February 2011), the circumstances of the instant case did not show that the applicant had been the subject of systematic attacks; the applicant's medical file contained no record of suspicious injuries at the relevant time.
 In Premininy v. Russia, no. 44973/04, 10 February 2011, the Court criticised the fact that the administration of the detention facility had never considered the specific details of the first applicant's personal situation in their choice of co-detainees to place in his cell.
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KHATAYEV v. RUSSIAObserving the suspects", witnesses" and victims" demeanour during questioning and assessing the probative value of their testimony forms a substantial part of the investigative process (see Premininy v. Russia, no. 44973/04, § 109, 10 February 2011).
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