The relatives of the defendants in the case ‘February 26’ were not allowed into the courtroom of the Supreme Court of Crimea in Simferopol.
“Listeners, relatives were not allowed into the courtroom. They are sitting in the hallway. But new ‘victims’ enter the courtroom all the time. Extra chairs were even brought into the courtroom for them,” eyewitnesses report from the courthouse.
Just a reminder: On January 29, 2015, Ahtem Chiygoz was illegally detained in the framework of the case ‘February 26.’ He was separated from his family, friends and the people, and has been behind bars for almost a year. Despite the interrogations, searches and imprisonment, Ahtem aga shows all of us iron self-control, dignity and courage.
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