On March 30, in the occupied Crimea in the Kremlin-controlled Supreme Court, a meeting was held to review appeal appeals against the extension of the preventive measure for the individuals involved in the contrived "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case.
The hearing of the "court" to review the appeals of Timur Ibragimov, Ernest Ametov and Server Zekeryaev was held in closed session.
The case was returned to the court of first instance.
Previously, on December 5 in the occupied Crimea, the so-called Kyiv District Court of Simferopol extended the detention term for six Crimean Tatars detained in Bakhchysarai: Timur Ibragimov, Memet Belyalov, Server Zekeryayev, Seyran Saliev, Marlen (Suleiman) Asanov and Ernest Ametov. The "court" ruled that the activists will remain in the remand prison until 9 March.
Reference: Suleiman Asanov, Server Zekeryayev and Ernest Ametov were detained on October 11, 2017 in the occupied Crimea during mass searches that the occupiers conducted in the homes of Crimean Tatars. Five of the Crimean Tatar detainees in Bakhchysarai, including Ernest Ametov and Server Zekeryayev, were accused of "participating in terrorist activities" and Suleiman Asanov (the owner of the Salachyk cafe) in the organization of the Hizb ut-Tahrir cell.