In Simferopol was released Crimean Tatar activist Enver croche, who was sentenced to 10 days for "propaganda of extremist organizations."
In Simferopol from detention released who received 10 days of Crimean Tatar activist croche
As reported mediaUA with reference to , February 4, under the building of the detention facility in Simferopol gathered about 60 people to meet Enver Crumbling.
"I do not really want to talk right now about the arrest and detention. I will say one thing: we don't expect justice from our courts, but that is no reason to stay away and not support of compatriots", – said the activist after his release and thanked everyone for their support.
Russian security forces on the morning of 25 January raided in Dzhankoy in the house of Enver Crumbling. After that he was taken to the district police station. Activists report that the Twins seized the phone, tablet and laptop.
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He was accused of an administrative offense under part 1 of article 20.3 of the Russian code (propaganda or public demonstration of attributes or symbols of extremist organizations) and arrested for 10 days.
After the annexation in the Crimea the Russian authorities, the actual practice of mass searches of independent journalists, civil society activists, activists of Crimean Tatar National movement, members of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people and the Crimean Muslims suspected of links with banned in Russia organization "Hizb ut-Tahrir".