After the successful release of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, Russian lawyer Mark Feigin said that he is ready to take on the criminal cases of the Crimean Tatars, whose situation he describes as horrific, according to his post on Facebook.
“In the coming months, I intend to take on the cases of the Crimean Tatars, whose situation is horrific. Wait for the news.
Simultaneously with initiation of a number of new cases in Crimea, I and Nikolai Polozov shall launch international public campaign # SaveCrimea,” he added.
It worth noting that that currently the Russian lawyer Mark Feigin represents the interests of the leader of the Crimean Tatar people and Ukrainian MP Mustafa Jemilev on the classified by the Russian Federation “Jemilev against the FSB” case.
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