In the occupied Crimea, the Russian security forces seized records from the surveillance cameras that could cast light on the death of a veteran of the Crimean Tatar national movement, Vedzhie Kashka, according to lawyer Nikolai Polozov.
“An interesting detail: all the videos from all the surveillance cameras that could record Vedzhie Kashka were seized on the same day, November 23, by unknown security officials without any documents. Where these videos and whether they still exist, is currently unknown,” he said.
Polozov stressed that he was still awaiting materials for examination on the case of the death of Vedzhie Kashka from the Prosecutor's Office.
"I am waiting for the materials to be returned from the Prosecutor's Office to the investigation to get acquainted with this amount of information, and then, depending on the content, take further measures," he said.
QHA reported that the Investigative Committee of Russia in the annexed Crimea has wice refused to initiate a criminal investigation into the death of Vedzhie Kashka.
For the first time the invaders refused to open a case in February 2018.
Earlier, Nikolai Polozov visited the grave of Vedzhie Kashka in the annexed Crimea and announced the beginning of his own investigation into the circumstances of her death.