The Crimean Tatar from the city of Bilohirsk recorded a video message in which he reported how he was summoned to the police station because of participation in a single picket in the occupied peninsula.
November 27, police officers as well as acting district officer came to him and handed over the protocol on violation of the law of the Russian Federation on holding a rally.
“I told that it was not a rally, but a single picket. After reading the protocol, I saw that the resolution referred to the offense during the mass meetings. I refused to sign the protocol, as it was a single picket and personally my will to show disagreement with what was happening in the Crimea," he informed.
However, the police officer insisted that the man signed the protocol, in particular, due to the fact that he was not agree with the plot of the protocol, but received another refusal.
The Crimean Tatar, talking about his motives for conducting a single picket on the Kerch-Simferopol highway, said:
"I came out with a poster" Crimean Tatars are not terrorists". I'm not indifferent to the fate of our dzhamaat (Muslim community)," he explained.
Previously, security forces visited the houses of the participants of single pickets, which took place on October 14 in the occupied Crimea.
October 14, at least 34 people were detained for taking part in single pickets in Crimea. More than 100 people took part in the protests in the occupied peninsula.
Every detention occurred with violation of even the Russian legislation, functioning on the annexed peninsula.
Earlier, QHA reported that police were massively detaining activists who went on single pickets, protesting against the arbitrariness of Russian security forces against the Crimean Tatars.
People came out with pickets throughout the Crimea. Pickets were held in Simferopol, Dzhankoy, Gvardeysk, Belogorsk and other cities of the occupied peninsula.