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Zeynally's lawyer, Elchin Sadygov, told that the prosecution witnesses had failed to support with credible evidence any of the charges lodged against Zeynally.
CPJ believes the charges to be fabricated in retaliation for Zeynally's reporting and commentary. 10, according to an August 2014 report on political prisoners in Azerbaijan by a group of lawyers, human rights defenders, and non-governmental organizations.Akhmedova alleged that the editor had tried to extort 10,000 manat (US$12,700) from her in August 2011, according to regional and international press reports.After Zeynally was arrested, authorities confiscated all of that Akhmedova had offered him money in exchange for his paper's loyalty to authorities. According to news reports and CPJ sources, Zeynally's trial, which started in May 2012, was marred by procedural violations and lack of evidence.In early June 2013, Aboud was forbidden from traveling to a conference in Tunisia, he said.Then, in late June, an investigative judge dismissed the investigation against him, he said.Although she was imprisoned on swindling charges, authorities did not drop the charges against Zeynally.
Emin Huseynov, director of the Baku-based Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety, told CPJ that weeks before Zeynally's arrest, his paper had criticized President Ilham Aliyev's repressive policies toward independent journalists and opposition activists.
In March 2013, investigators finished the investigation against the editor.
On December 9, 2013, the Baku Court for Grave Crimes sentenced him to 10 years in jail, according to the independent regional news website (Voice of the Talysh), on June 21, 2012, alleging they had found drugs, about five grams of heroin, in his pocket, the Azeri-language service of the U. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported. Following his arrest, Baku police declared that they had found an additional 30 grams of heroin in Mamedov's home, which they searched the same day, news reports said.
No trial date was set for him in late 2014, according to his lawyer.
CPJ did not include Abdessamia's case in its 2013 imprisoned census because news of his arrest was only reported by his family in November 2014.
Colleagues disputed the charges and said they were in retaliation for his journalism.