Crimean "Court" rejected the appeal of one of "saboteurs"

The illegitimate "municipal court" in Sevastopol denied the appeal of Vladimir Dudka to change the preventive measure. The resolution of the first instance court is upheld, according to the website of the so-called court.

On November 10, the "Leninsky District Court of Sevastopol" decided to elect a preventive measure - detention for two months - for Vladimir Dudka, suspected of committing a crime under Art. 30, Part 1 and Art. 281, Part 2 of the Russian Federation Criminal Code.

Not only Crimean Tatars, but their lawyers are now on trial

Zair Smedlyaev, head of the Central Election Commission of the Crimean Tatar Qurultai, considers it is obvious that the investigator, calling Nikolai Polozov as a witness in the Ilmi Umerov case, plans to deprive him of the opportunity to participate in the proceedings as a lawyer.

Nikolai Polozov was a lawyer in the cases of Hayser Jemilev and Nadezhda Savchenko; now he defends the Deputies Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz and Ilmi Umerov.

Crimean ‘children of war’ deprived of any benefits from RF

A number of pension organizations sent a letter to Vladimir Putin, demanding the return of benefits for such category of pensioners, as "children of war," information portal reports.

This category of beneficiaries did not exist in the Russian Federation. Hence, there are no additional benefits for those affected by World War II.

Occupants arrested and took to court Evpatorian Imam

Imam of Khan Jami Mosque Elmar Abdulganiyev was detained and forcibly brought to court by officers of the occupant-controlled Interior Ministry on November 26. According to "The Crimean Human Rights Group," the arrest was carried out with procedural violations, in particular, the Imam was not informed of the reasons for detention and handed a court order.

Elmar Abdulganiyev was brought to the Yevpatoria city "court," where he was charged with "storage and distribution of extremist literature" under Article 20.29 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offenses.

FSB held Crimean Tatar actors at the administrative border with the occupied Crimea for more than 3 hours

November 29, at the administrative border with Crimea, the FSB detained the actors who were returning to Crimea after participation in a concert of the Crimean Tatar music in Kyiv. The actors were held for more than three hours, questioned in turn, with drawing protocol,” Ayshe Umerova posted on her Facebook page.

According to the Chairman of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center and a member of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Eskender Bariev, under the law, the security forces cannot detain citizens for more than 3 hours.