Natalia, the wife of the political prisoner of Ukraine Vladimir Baluh, said that during her absence someone rearranges things in the house. Thus, some things changed their location on March 16th.
According to the Crimean Human Rights Group, Natalia found a ladder attached to the attic window where bullets and dynamite were allegedly found during the search.
“I immediately called the Serebryanka district police officer Sergei Vlasenko and reported that someone was climbing to the attic, as a piece of linoleum covering the attic was moved,” the prisoner's wife said.
However, the district policeman did not react to the message of Natalia Baluh, referring to the need to stay in the police station while on duty.
Journalist Anton Naumlyuk stated that the court's permission to search the house of Ukrainian activist Vladimir Baluh was issued a month before the search and it stated what exactly the law enforcement officers should find.
Earlier QHA reported that December 8 FSB searched the house of Vladimir Baluh. Following the search, the Ukrainian activist was detained for the possession of 90 rounds of ammunition and TNT blocks, allegedly found in the attic of his house.
March 2, the judge of the Razdolnensky District Court Maria Bedritskaya extended the detention term to Ukrainian activist Vladimir Balukh until June 4, 2017.
Previously, in 2013, Vladimir Baluh placed a Ukrainian flag outside his home. April 30, 2015, the Crimean was visited by the Russian-controlled law enforcement officers. Then he was suspected of stealing parts from the T-74 tractor. However, Baluh refused to talk with representatives of the Federal Security Service and was in hiding for 11 days. At this time, law enforcement officials turned his house upside down as well as his mother's house and removed the flag of Ukraine.