The Supreme court of Russia has left without changes a sentence to the citizen of Poland Marian Rejewski, who is accused of espionage against Russia. On June 25, the Moscow city court sentenced Radziewski to 14 years in prison.
The verdict of the Supreme court is final and not subject to appeal, points on Monday, the Agence France-Presse. It clarifies the “Interfax”, the decision of the SC was made on 12 September, however, the FSB announced only on September 16.
As stated in the FSB, Marian Rejewski, a businessman from Bialystok born in 1977, was trying to obtain secret details of anti-aircraft complexes s-300 and take them to Poland. He was detained red-handed “not later than April 21, 2018,” said “Interfax”.
As written about Rejewski Polish magazine “Polityka”, the owner of the transport company and the father of seven children could actually try to smuggle parts of a Russian or Belarusian military equipment, as the Polish army still uses Soviet-made weapons.
Quoting anonymous expert magazine points out that Marian Rejewski behaved “recklessly” and was “abandoned” to the mercy of fate the Polish intelligence after the failed operation. Polish foreign Minister chose to stay away, citing the fact that “Polish citizens abroad to obey the laws of the countries where are,” concludes the publication, quoted by Agence France-Presse.
The Moscow city court verdict appealed defense of the convicted person. The lawyer asked to retrain charge under article about attempt of contraband of the equipment for military equipment and sought a reduced sentence. Both courts considered the case Rajewski behind closed doors.