The Kyiv District Court of Simferopol did not grant the investigator's petition against Belyal Adilov, who was brutally detained by the security forces the day before. The Crimean Tatar activist was released, the investigation into his criminal case continues, according to the message of lawyer Edem Semedlyaev on Facebook.
“The investigator's petition was not granted. Belyal Adilov is free," the lawyer wrote.
Reportedly, Belyal Adilov is the father of eight children. Semedlyaev noted that after an illegal detention, Adilov has been kept in a temporary detention facility for more than 30 hours.
Earlier, QHA reported that March 29, unknown masked people abducted Belyal Adilov near the Kremlin-controlled Supreme Court of the Crimea, while he was reading a prayer service for the release of the defendants. The activist came as a listener to court hearings. He was present during the searches carried out earlier in the suburbs of Simferopol, together with other civil activists.
Later it became known that the detainee was in the Office of the Russian "Investigation Commitee in the Crimea." He was charged with art. 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation - the use of violence or threats against a representative of the authorities.