The so-called Supreme Court of the occupied Crimea considered the appeal of Seitumer Seitumerov, Crimean Tatar activist of the Crimean solidarity, association of political prisoners’ families, in 10 minutes without him and his lawyer, according to Seitumerov’s message on his Facebook page.

“Unfortunately, due to the terrible traffic jams in Simferopol, I was late for consideration of my appeal for 10 minutes. The Supreme Court of Crimea managed to consider my case within 10 minutes and to take a decision without me and my defense," he wrote.

The "court" informed that the decision will be sent by e-mail.

The activist further notes that such actions once again confirm that all the cases "are considered on the same pattern, and the verdict of the court is known long before the court session."

December 13, a meeting of the "court" was to be held on the case against Seitumer Seitumerov.

Previously, the Kremlin-controlled "court" in the Crimea chose a measure of restraint for Seitumer Seitumererov, who was detained earlier. He was fined 2 thousand rubles.

Reference: November 8, security forces in the Crimea searched the homes of Crimean Tatars, after which several of them were detained, and their phones were also seized. One of the detainees was Seitumer Seitumerov, he was taken to the police department of the city of Bakhchysarai. Seytumerov is the administrator of the cafe Salachyk owned, by Marlen (Suleiman) Asanov, detained on October 11.