The Kyiv District Court of Simferopol extended for three months the arrest of persons involved in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” from the so-called “Bilohirsk group”. According to Crimean Solidarity, the hearing was held behind closed doors. The Crimean Tatars' lawyer petitioned to change the preventive measure to written undertaking not to leave the place. The oldest person involved in this “case” Enver Omerov complained about the health problems occurred in the pre-trial detention center, and his son Riza Omerov also said about regular tooth pain. Rejecting all the arguments of the defense, the “court” decided to extend the preventive measure until February 5, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/crimeansolidarity/posts/963198620714261?__xts__=68.ARAqYRbgK733T6dzT0prIMV7xe9XY_kZshgwb0vojcIQ1MxXfnYYDuSZi10pvv9nL85gd8IV7ZtIJwG-Lbk7pOEbb5DVzCJHt6-jhwmkSX-Gdl6po1fJSiLkeQairGwcVOXcoTf7We4t4X39BEawF4zhJdKilzztUjOJvKRkMm8lfqldwUuNT_eYaIFG-96MF2EpARnqfv-C3hJpBps6EzpLe1Pwiz_8Frp4F8Y2C5E8dv5jDc12hnDZk3T0KAu6bQ_9D30mpFITW2TI88QJ9vduo1wFEMHjKpVtzeuFpbNlt3gkbFbEC4ae4gaEJiHQ4t2IUlKskpnIE6hwPprAods&__tn__=-R The persons involved in the “Bilohirsk group” of the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” are three Crimean Tatars: Riza Omerov and his father Enver Omerov, as well as Ayder Dzhepparov. According to QHA media, on October 9, the “Supreme Court” of Crimea rejected to cancel the decision of the “court” of the first instance to extend the detention of three defendants of the “Bilohirsk group” in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”. The Crimean Tatars detained on 10 of June 2019, during the mass searches in Alushta and surrounding area, as well as in the Bilohirsk and Simferopol regions were arrested until August 5, and on August 1, the Kyiv District Court of Simferopol extended this period of arrest until November 5.