On December 28, in the detention center of the Krasnodar Territory, RF, unlawfully detained Crimean Muslims Emir-Usein Kuku and Vadim Siruk were beaten and hounded.

Crimean Tatar activist Dzhemil Temishev informed about the accident on his Facebook page.

“I was just informed that yesterday in the remand center of the Krasnodar Territory, Emir-Usein Kuku and Vadim Siruk were beaten and hounded. The lawyers will prepare inquiries to the Public Monitoring Commission and the Prosecutor's Office on this fact. So far we have no more detailed information," Temishev wrote.

The same day, lawyer Popkov also reported that Emir-Usein Kuku and Vadim Siruk, Crimean Muslims, who were to be transferred from the Crimea to Rostov-on-Don, RF, were bullied in remand center-1 in Krasnodar.

“They were taken out of the transit chamber, hounded, kicked, the jailers promised to "lose" them during the transfer. It happened yesterday or the day before yesterday, now there is no information about them. On the eve of the long holidays, such an incident causes great concern,” the lawyer Popkov said.

Earlier, the International Human Rights Organization Amnesty International called for the participation in the marathon of writing letters in support of the Crimean political prisoner Emir-Usein Kuku.

The Rostov district military court, which held an off-site meeting on December 4 in the premises of the Kremlin-controlled Crimean garrison court  left in custody the individuals involved in the fabricated "Yalta case" of Hizb ut-Tahrir.

The term of detention was extended for all suspects until May 27, 2018. Moreover, Emir-Usein Kuku and other detainees were transferred from the Crimea.

Earlier QHA reported that the prosecutor demanded the extension of the detention of Emir-Usein Kuku for another 6 months. 

Meanwhile, the client's lawyer requested about the measure of restraint in the form of house arrest, since there are no legal grounds to keep Emir-Usein Kuku in custody