On February 5, it became known that the police of the occupied Crimea, after conducting an inspection, refused to file a case about the attack on the Crimean Tatar activist Riza Asanov, which occurred on January 2 in the Belogorsk region of the peninsula.
The physical condition of the Crimean Tatar activist Edem Bekirov, who was unlawfully detained by the FSB RF on the administrative border with the occupied Crimea, is critical, as stated by Ukrainian Ombudswoman Lyudmila Denisova. According to the certificate provided by the “law enforcement agencies” to Bekirov’s lawyer, the detainee does not have serious illnesses in which detention would be contraindicated (at the same time, Bekirov is a disabled person of group I, he has 4 shunt in his heart – consequences of severe heart attack, diabetes mellitus, leg amputated). According to this conclusion, on February 7, the de-facto Kyiv court in Simferopol extended Edem Bekirov’s arrest until April 12.
The defendants in the Vedzhiye Kashka case, activists of the Crimean Tatar national movement Bekir Degermendzhi and Asan Chapukh, who are under house arrest, were allowed to visit the hospital on weekdays (morning until noon). At the next meeting, the defense intends to file a request on the right to visit the hospital for Ruslan Trubach, who is also under house arrest.
“Kyiv district court” in Simferopol had extended the term of arrest for defendants in the Hizb ut-Tahrir case (Second Bakhchysarai Group) Server Mustafayev and Eden Smailov until April 9, 2019.
Ismail Ramazanov, who was previously accused of spreading hatred and hostility, as well as illegal possession of ammunition, was excluded from the list of extremists and terrorists of Rosfinmonitoring, according to lawyer Alexey Ladin’s request (due to partial decriminalization of anti-extremist legislation).