The court has seized the property of the civil activist Lenur Islyamov in Crimea, reported the Russian "Crimea’s Prosecutor" Natalia Poklonskaya.

- Islyamov is involved in the crime. His property has been seized in order to enforce execution of a criminal sentence, said Poklonskaya without specifying in what kind of crime Islyamov is involved.

However, she has not ruled out that Islyamov’s property will be confiscated as compensation of damage, reports Tass.

Federal Security Service is investigating a criminal case against the organizers of blowing up the transmission power lines in the Kherson region that left Crimea without power. The criminal case has been opened under Part 2, Section 281 of the Criminal Code "Sabotage", carrying a prison sentence of up to 20 years.

Nov 2, the FSB reported that a criminal case was opened against Islyamov, one of the organizers of the so-called food blockade, on charges of appealing to break the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation.