Yesterday, Simferopol Court extended the detention of the son of head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Jemilev for another 60 days. Hayser’s lawyer Alexander Lesovoy shared this information with Argumenti Nedeli-Krim.
As reported earlier, Hayser Jemilev is suspected in the murder of Fevzi Edemov.
According to Lesovoy, Hayser Jemilev is now in Kyiv, where he is undergoing another psychiatric examination.
“The date of the end of examination is unknown,” added Lesovoy.
As reported, in May, 32-year old Hayser Jemilev killed a man, presumably as a result of a careless handling of a registered gun belonging to his father.
After forensic psychiatric examination conducted by local doctors didn’t bring results, Simferopol Court took a decision to send Hayser Jemilev to Kyiv for mental health re-examination.
Mustafa Jemilev claims that his son had previously been treated in a psychiatric clinic.
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