The Investigative Committee of the Crimean Invaders has completed a preliminary investigation into the case of Crimean Tatar activist Belyal Adilov, who is accused of threats to the police officers and their relatives, according to the lawyer Edem Semedlyaev, Crimea.SOS reports.
“The criminal case consists of two volumes, including testimonies of witnesses and victims, as well as two examinations. In the near future, the investigator will produce an indictment. If the prosecutor's office approves everything, then the case will be submitted to court.”
Sememlyaev also noted that the victims in the case against Adilov are three employees of the "police" who regarded the words of the activist as a threat to their relatives.
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 Committee 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.
Notably, the employees of the Russian Federal Investigation Committee for Crimea, conducting investigative measures against Adilov, grossly violated his rights.