At a regular meeting on the case against the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Akhtem Chyigoz, who has been kept prisoner by the Crimean invaders for a second year in a pretrial detention center on a fabricated charge, the so-called Crimean "court" did not allow the accused to see his dying mother.
Lawyer Nikolai Polozov shared the corresponding information on Facebook.
“The defense of Akhtem Chiygoz again applies a petition to the court for his meeting with the dying mother. Every day counts. Prosecutor Anastasia Supryaga objected. She says it is not prescribed by law.”
Later Polozov added that the court refused to grant the petition.
It should be noted that at the June 15 session the questioning of defense witnesses continued, including one of the famous Russian journalist Ilya Azar, who attended the rally on February 26, 2014, in support of the territorial integrity of Ukraine outside the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Nikolay Polozov told about his testimony as well:
"None of the protesters showed any aggression to each other. Subsequently, he [Ilya Azar] saw that the crush had begun. He did not see how it started. He saw that there were skirmishes along the contact line in the crush, but pointed out that they had a spontaneous nature, they were not organized, they began and finished at different times in different places. He [Ilya Azar] pointed out that the pro-Ukrainian protesters ousted pro-Russian protesters outside the courtyard.”
According to the lawyer, the witness "could not show anything about the actions of Akhtem Chiygoz, aimed at encouraging the protesters to enter the building."
Earlier QHA reported that the defense in the case against Akhtem Chiygoz intends to interrogate the deputies-collaborators Olga Kovitidi and Sergei Tsekov.