Azerbaijani living in Germany to commit suicide outside European Court tomorrow - UPDATED

Azerbaijani living in Germany to commit suicide outside European Court tomorrow -  <font color=red>UPDATED </font>
# 14 May 2009 12:54 (UTC +04:00)
Rustam Ismayil told APA’s Europe bureau about it. Rustam, who has been living in Germany for 11 years, has problems with German courts since 1998. He noted that he had filed an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights three times, but the appeal was rejected. Rustam Ismayil said he suffered several serious diseases, including AIDS. He did not want to say how he would commit suicide.

Azerbaijani citizen Rustam Ismayil, who has the right of permanent residence, was born in Goychay in 1970. In 1998 he left for Germany as a tourist. At present Rustam Ismayil suffers 16 diseases – AIDS, infarction, tuberculosis, depression, chronic prostatitis, second grade reflection, chronic hepatitis A, syphilis, haemorrhoids etc. In 1998 he lost his documents in Germany. Despite serious pneumonia, he did not receive medical aid, was illegally expelled. He was beaten by the police in 1999. He said German courts even banned him from going to doctors within 5 years.
Rustam Ismayil demands courts to urgently send him to another European country to begin treatment. He demands € 50 million as pecuniary and nonpecuniary damage.
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