In particular, the human rights activist said that the son of the Ukrainian MP was taken sample and prepared to be sent to the detention center, which may indicate his imminent release.
“It can be assumed that prior to release (it should happen at the end of November), he will be placed in a punishment cell. It is a tradition in the colony. Before the release of prisoners, they are usually isolated. Perhaps, in order to deprive them of the contact with other inmates and avoiding reporting news outside,” the lawyer explained.
According to the lawyer, if Hayser Jemilev stays on the territory of the Russian Federation, he may become a hostage of the Kremlin and a trump card in the political struggle, because he can be used to put pressure on Mustafa Jemilev, Ukrainian MP and leader of the Crimean Tatar people.
Just a reminder: Hayser Jemilev accidentally shot with a gun the family’s friend Fevzi Edemov in the yard of his house in the Crimean city of Bakhchysarai on May 2013. After the annexation of the Crimea Russian investigative authorities decided to investigate his case again. Hayser was taken from Simferopol jail to the Krasnodar region of Russia, where he was found guilty by a jury in the manslaughter and sentenced to five years in prison.