Occupation law enforcement officers began to implement the decision of the Russian Supreme Court to impute a new article to the Crimean Tatars accused in the "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case on the peninsula occupied by the Russian Federation. In particular, January 15, the first charged with "violent seizure of power" was Inver Bekir who is currently in a Simferopol prison, Anna Bogacheva the wife of a political prisoner Vadim Siruk informed on her Facebook page.
“So, a series of charges against the Crimean Muslims with the violent seizure of power in Russia can be considered open.
On Friday investigator came to Inver Bekirov in jail with the document on additional charges under Article 278 of the RF Criminal Code "Violent capture of power or violent deduction of power."
According to lawyers, such a charge is possible due to Article 30 of the Criminal Code, "Plotting a crime and attempted crime," the activist reported.
February 11, 2016, a wave of searches in the homes of the Crimean Tatars started in Crimea, aiming to present them as "terrorists". Then eight of the twelve detainees were released. Emir Usein Kuku, Vadim Siruk, Inver Bekirov and Muslim Aliyev remain in custody.
Earlier, QHA reported that all Crimean Muslims charged in the so-called case of "Hizb ut-Tahrir", will be laid a new criminal article - Article. 278 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation "Violent capture of power or violent deduction of power" apart from accusations of terrorism.