Activist Diliaver Memetov, a Crimean Solidarity Coordinator, detained the previous day, will spent 12 days in the temporary detention facility as ruled by ‘Tsentralny District Court’. This was reported by lawyer Rustem Kiamilev.
“A policeman ran right up to him and took him by the arms, and took him to the bus, as it later became known. The case consideration lasted literally for 15 minutes, the judge did not even retire to the deliberation room, he made a decision, saying that Diliaver was fined 12 days of administrative arrest. This is a punishment of people just for wish to meet peacefully a lawyer, public defender, this is a punishment for all those who remain indifferent and want to express their support in this way. The women, as we know, were detained for 24 hours. The article is sure to cause an administrative arrest, but all these women have small kids at home and this act of lawlessness was carried out in a cynical manner’, the defender informed, as Crimean Solidarity stated.
Diliaver Memetov will serve his administrative arrest in the Dzhankoy Temporary Detention Facility.
To remind: On November 26, the “police” detained Abdulla Seydametov, a citizen journalist of “Crimean Solidarity”, and Diliaver Memetov, the Crimean Solidarity coordinator, when they were at the building of the “Crimean Garrison Military Court” in Simferopol. They came to participate in the court session, where the appeal against the verdict in the case of the “Second Bakhchisarai Group” was being considered. Seydametov was later released when he had showed his press card and editorial assignment.
As the CHRG reported, on October 25, 21 Crimean Tatar activists, including Diliaver Memetov, were detained at the building of the “Crimean Garrison Military Court” in Simferopol by Russian security men. Later he was fined RUR15,000.
As reported, on November 23, at night, dozens of Crimean Tatars went to the Simferopol temporary detention facility to meet with lawyer Edem Semedliayev, whose administrative arrest came to an end.
The bus had been brought there in advance, and the Russian Guard detained 32 persons including 10 women and 5 Crimean Solidarity journalists: Enver Alimov, Alim Suleymanov, Vilen Temeryanov, Simmar Ablialimov and Dliaver Ibragimov.