After two months, the Investigatory Committee of the Rusisan Federation on the Crimea completed the preliminary investigation of the case of activist Belial Adilov, accused of threatening police offciers and their families. In the nearest future, the materials of the criminal case will be forwarded to the prosecutor’s office and then to the court.
Lawyer Edem Semedlyayev informed this in a comment for QirimInfo.
«The criminal case consists of two volumes with testimonies of witnesses and victims, as well as two examinations. The investigator will prepare the criminal indictment soon. If the prosecutor approves it, the case will go to the court », – Semedlyayev told.
According to the lawyer, three police officers who saw threat against their relatives in Adilov’s words are mentioned in the case as victims. In October 2016, the force structures searched the place of Emil Dzhemadenov, who was later arrested in the framework of the «Hizb ut-Tahrir case».Belial Adilov was Dzhemadenov’s neighbour and witnessed the search. At a certain point, a verbal conflict occurred between the witnesses of the search at Dzhemadenov’s place, and the law-enforcement officers. During the diuspute, Adilov said the following phrase to the force strucftures’ representatives: «That’s the end for your children». Lawyer Edem Semedlyayev explained that the conclusion of the linguistic exprets states that the phrase said by Adilov bears real threat against the police officers and their relatives.
Important to note, on March 29 Adilov was kidnapped by several masked hawks near the building of the Supreme Court of the Crimea . It turned out later that Adilov had been held in the Investigatory Committee of Simferopol. Adilov was held in the building of the Investigatory Committee for over 10 hours. After that, he was transported to the temporary detention center, where a record of detention was drawn up. A criminal case was started against the Crimean Tatar under Articel 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation [Threatening to commit violence against a representative of the authorities or their family members]. A day later, on March 31, the Kyiv district court of Simferopol declined the investigator’s petition on the activist’s arrest and resolved to set him free under a non-leave obligation.