Naama Issachar, who was released from prison in Moscow after receiving a pardon from President Putin posted a thank-you note to her supporters on Facebook.
“I thank you for the love, the efforts, the prayers, the worries, the letters, and a million other things I am not even aware of. You gave me a lot of comfort in the chaos. I knew in my heart that I was not fighting alone. I am so excited to be in the country. The heart, ”Issachar wrote.
“None of this would have happened without you. I am fortunate to have a circle of people who kept me that way while I didn’t have the ability to do it myself – you brought me home. I love you, thank you,” Issachar wrote.
In recent days, Issachar’s lawyers have announced that despite her pardon, she intends to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights for her conviction.
“These are illegal and unjust decisions that led to the conviction of an innocent person. The defense will file its complaint to the European Court of Human Rights for the numerous and gross violations of Naama’s rights during the unwarranted criminal prosecution against her. “, Said attorneys Vadim Klubagent and Alexei Dobrinin.