Russian court announced verdict to Crimean Tatar involved in “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”: Enver Seitosmanov was sentenced to 17 years of strict regime

Марина ПищулинаQHA media
05 December 2019, 13:32
Марина ПищулинаQHA media
05 December 2019, 13:32

17 years in prison – such a sentence was rendered today, on December 5, by the Southern District Military Court of Russia in Rostov-on-Don against Enver Seitosmanov involved in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” within the so-called “Sevastopol group”.

The court also decided to restrict Seytosmanov’s freedom for one year (which implies for a ban on leaving the house at certain times, changing the place of residence, etc., - Ed.) after serving the sentence in a strict-security colony.

By court order, the Crimean Tatar was allegedly recognized as the "organizer of a terrorist organization" (Part 1 of Article 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).

Erver's brother, Erves Seitosmanov, called the verdict of a Russian court lawlessness.

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“This is repression of 1944 year, only in new forms,” he said.


Опубліковано Крымская солидарность Четвер, 5 грудня 2019 р.

The Consul General of Ukraine in Rostov-on-Don Taras Malyshevsky arrived at the hearing. Also, more than 40 Crimean Tatars came from occupied Crimea to support Seitosmanov in the Rostov court.

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Yesterday, December 4, prosecutor Igor Nadolinsky, during a debate between the parties, asked the court to sentence the political prisoner to precisely 17 years in a maximum security colony.

Recall, on May 10, 2018, in the occupied Crimea near Sevastopol, security forces raided the house of Enver Seitosmanov, during which he was detained. Seitosmanov is a cousin of Nuri Primov, who was unlawfully convicted in the far-fetched Hizb ut-Tahrir case.

According to Ernes Seitosmanov, during the search, security forces seized several books, a tablet and a phone.

On July 4 this year, the North Caucasus District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don, Russia extended the arrest of Enver Seitosmanov for six months.