The occupation "court" in Simferopol has extended until January 30, 2017 the detention of the Crimean prisoner Redvan Suleymanov arrested by the FSB. The FSS officials say that Suleymanov has caused damage to Russia in the amount of more than RUB 4 million, lawyer Emile Kurbedinov posted on Facebook.
“The court unreasonably extended the detention of Redvan Suleymanov, a "saboteur" arrested by FSB officers this year, until January 30, 2017. The FSB claims that Suleymanov inflicted damage to Russia, including the FSB, in the amount of more than RUB 4 million,” the human rights activist said.
As QHA reported earlier, the Russian mass media in August spread information about the detention of the "saboteur" Redvan Suleymanov, who was allegedly hired as a "Ukrainian intelligence agent." Later, the head of the Central Election Commission of the Crimean Tatar Qurultai Zair Smedlyaev said Suleymanov suspected by the FSB of preparing terrorist attacks in Crimea gave testimony under pressure. He noted that during the interrogation, the transcript of which was published by the Russian media, Suleymanov named a non-existent address of his place of residence in Kyiv. However, the Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov said that Suleymanov actually lived in one of the villages in Simferopol district of Crimea.