Russian doctor murder investigation adjourned [Archives:2005/832/Local News]

April 11 2005

The Court of North Hodeida adjourned a few days ago statement hearing on the murder case of the Russian doctor, San Kita Elinia, 37, until the coming sitting scheduled for Wednesday April 20.

The court listened during the last session to the concluding pleadings of the general prosecution by Ali Sa'eed al-Samit chief prosecution, who also reviewed the evidences and the circumstances of the case, and urged the court to rule for capital punishment for the first suspect and imprisonment of the second.

Deputy Russian Consul urged the court, on behalf of murdered heirs, to practice the Yemeni laws and demanded, on behalf of victim's husband, the execution of the murderer.