From 11 to 17 years of strict imprisonment. The term Russian prosecutors requested for those involved in "Hizb ut-Tahrir case" from the "first Simferopol group"
June 10, in the North Caucasian District Military Court of Russia in Rostov-on-Don, the prosecution requested for prison sentences for the Muslims accused in the first Simferopol “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”, Crimean Solidarity reported on Facebook.
Prosecutors request for the longest term – 17 years of strict imprisonment – for Teymur Abdullayev, 13 years of strict imprisonment for Rustem Ismailov, 12 years of strict imprisonment for Uzeir Abdullayev and Aider Saledinov, 11 years of strict imprisonment for Emil Dzhamenov.
The lawyer of Abdullayev, Emil Kurbedinov, stated that his client did not admit his guilt, and also pointed to a great number of violations during the court proceedings.
My client, Abdullayev, since the moment his home was searched and thus far, has not yet pleaded guilty and has not agreed with any of the charges contained in the indictment. The indictment, starting with the fact that the investigation was not able to establish the beginning of the allegedly criminal activities of my client, was not able to establish the time and place of the alleged cell organization, should not have come to court at all, and the at the court it should have been subject to return, – the lawyer said.
QHA media reported that in October 2016, in the arrays of Strohanivka and Kamyanka of the Simferopol district of the annexed Crimea, security forces searched the houses of the Crimean Tatars Emil Dzhamadenov, Ayder Saledinov, Uzeir Abdullayev, Teymur Abdullayev and Rustem Ismailov. Following the searches, they were taken to the “FSB office in the Crimea.” Four of them were charged with participating in the activities of the Hizb ut-Tahrir organization, recognized as terrorist in Russia, and Teymur Abdullayev was accused гunder part one of Article 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation – the organization of its activities.