Harutyunyan v Armenia: ECHR 5 Jul 2005

Held: ‘As to the complaint about the coercion and the subsequent use in court of the applicant’s confession statement, the Court considers that it cannot, on the basis of the file, determine the admissibility of this part of the application and that it is therefore necessary, in accordance with Rule 54 – 2 (b) of the Rules of the Court, to give notice of this complaint to the respondent Government.
. . As to the complaint about the use in court of witness statements obtained under torture, the Court considers that it cannot, on the basis of the file, determine the admissibility of this part of the application and that it is therefore necessary, in accordance with Rule 54 – 2 (b) of the Rules of the Court, to give notice of this complaint to the respondent Government.’
36549/03, [2007] ECHR 541
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CitedA and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department (No 2) HL 8-Dec-2005
The applicants had been detained following the issue of certificates issued by the respondent that they posed a terrorist threat. They challenged the decisions of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission saying that evidence underlying the . .

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