Oksana Zhelezniak, lawyer of Rustem Vaitov - one of the defendants in the fabricated by the Russian Federation "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case, reported that the defense has strong doubts about the credibility of the testimony of a secret witness.
“There are serious doubts about the reliability of the information that the witness has told us today. What we have read in the minutes of the interrogation during the pre-trial investigation and what we have heard today, of course, set forth different facts and different circumstances. They coincide to some extent, but many facts do not coincide,” said the lawyer.
A witness for the Prosecution - a certain "Alexander," willing to remain anonymous - said earlier that, according to the defendants, Russia occupied the Crimea, and this must be fought.
Asked by the lawyer about the methods of the fight, the witness replied, "To tell people about Islam."
According to the lawyer Emile Kurbedinov, the Court is currently questioning the witness "Alexander.”
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