Lawyer Emil Kurbedinov noted a humiliated treatment of his client Teymur Abdullayev, whom occupation authorities charged with organizing the Simferopol cell of "Hizb ut-Tahrir" organization prohibited on the territory of Russia and Crimea.
According to the lawyer, in order to make Abdullayev familiar with the decision on a psychiatric examination, he was brought with closed eyes and twisted arms behind his back, like sentenced to death in lifelong colony.
“Teymur managed to convey that the FSB special forces transport him like a log lying on the floor of the bus. They often threaten to use physical force, if he moves. The investigator told Teymur, in my presence, he should not quickly get up off the chair, as the guys are not to be trifled with. The FSB special forces are always present in the investigator's office,” Kurbedinov wrote on his Facebook page.
It was reported earlier that, a new wave of raids was launched in Crimea on October 12. In particular, the FSB officers raided the homes of Crimean Tatars living in the settlements of Stroganovka and Kamenka of Simferopol district: Emil Dzhemadenov, Eider Saledinov, Uzeyir Abdullayev, Teymur Abdullaev and Rustem Ismailov. Following the searches all of them were taken to the FSB Directorate in Crimea. Four Crimean Tatars are charged with participation in the activities of the "Hizb ut-Tahrir" organization recognized as terrorist in Russia. Teymur Abdullayev is charged with Part1 of Art. 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation - the organization of activity of the terrorist unit.
The so-called "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case has become the hallmark of the FSB struggle against Muslim dissidents in Crimea.