12 July 2019, 13:33

All the Crimean Tatars detained near the Supreme Court In Moscow were released. They face a fine of up to 20 thousand rubles.


All the Crimean Tatars, who were detained yesterday near the building of the Supreme Court of Russia in Moscow, left the offices of the Meshchansky and Tagansky police departments, Crimean solidarity reported.

According to lawyer Edem Semedlyaev, administrative reports were drawn up against all the detainees under Article 202.2 of Part 5 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation – “violation of the established procedure for organizing a rally”, which threatens with a fine of 10 thousand to 20 thousand rubles.

Defence of the Crimean Tatars noted that the court hearings on the subject are scheduled for July 29, and the lawyers will insist that the hearings should be held not in Moscow, but at the place of registration of the detainees in Crimea.

LIVE. г. Москва 11.07.2019Задержанные участники пикета освобождены из Таганского ОВД

Опубліковано Крымская солидарность Четвер, 11 липня 2019 р.

On July 11, the Moscow police detained more than 50 Crimean Tatars outside the Supreme Court building, where an appeal was heard against verdict to four Crimean Tatars in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”. According to the court’s decision, each their sentence was reduced by only three months.