The Kremlin-controlled Supreme Court of the occupied Crimea held a meeting on the case against individuals involved in the contrived "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case ("Bakhchysarai Group") Enver Mamutov and Remzi Memetov, the public association Crimean Solidarity reported on Facebook.

The "court" rejected all petitions of defense of Crimean Tatar activists and left the measure of restraint unchanged.

“The court left the term of detention in custody for the defendants in the so-called "Hizb ut-Tahrir case" until May 12, 2018. All the lawyers' appeals were rejected," reads the report.

The Crimean Solidarity noted that the hearing was held in an open session, but the mother of the activist Enver Mamutov could not attend it.

Previously, the "court" had postponed consideration of appeal complaints of the "Bakhchysarai Group" participants Enver Mamutov and Zevri Abseitov.

On April 6, the invaders held a "trial" in closed session on the contrived case of Hizb ut-Tahrir, which involves Enver Mamutov, Remzi Memetov, Rustem Abiltarov and Zevri Abseitov.

The so-called case of Hizb ut-Tahrir has become a “hallmark” of the Russian Federal Security Service struggle against dissident Muslims in the Crimea. Under the pretext of suspicions in terrorism, calling their repressive actions a fight against extremism, Russian security forces break into homes, carry out massive illegal searches and detentions.