Dzhemil Temishev, who provides legal assistance to Mamet Kurkchi, met with the detainee at the temporary isolator of Sovetsky district. After the meeting, he noted that a court meeting could be held tomorrow, and, probably, the Crimean Tatars will be arrested for two months, Nariman Dzhelalov wrote on his Facebook page.
Temishev noted that the official reason for the search and detention of Kurkchi was the suspicion of selling drugs, though Kurkchi himself denied any of his guilt and involvement in the charges against him.
The lawyer informs that the detainee was not subjected to illegal measures of physical or psychological pressure.
"The lawyer Dzhemil Temishev has just left the temporary isolator of Sovetsky district, where he had a meeting with the detained Mamet Kurkchi.
According to him, the official reason for the search and detention of Kurkchi was suspicion in the sale of drugs. During the search, a telephone and money were seized.
The lawyer noted that Kurkchi denied any of his guilt and involvement in the charges against him. Temishev claims that the detainee was not subjected to any illegal measures of physical or psychological pressure.
A state defender has already been appointed for him.
Temishev believes, that the next day, the court session might be held to decide upon the measures of restraint for Kurkchi, and most likely he will be arrested for two months," Nariman Dzhelalov wrote.
Earlier, QHA reported that on August 2, at 6:00 am, the occupants searched the house of the Crimean Tatar Mamet Kurkchi, who lives in the village of Uch-Kuyu (Vostochne) of the Soviet region of the Crimea. After the search, Kurkchi was taken to a local police station. The activists seeking to find out the details of the detention.
Lawyer Dzhemil Temishev agreed to provide legal assistance to the detainee at the request of the activists.
Later it became known that the occupants would keep Kurkchi at the local police station for 48 hours.
Reference: Following the Russian annexation in the Crimea, mass searches of independent journalists, Crimean Tatar activists and members of the Mejlis have increased. On international platforms, human rights defenders regularly report on violations of human rights on the peninsula.
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