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Crimean Tatar detained, fined for rallying and supporting Chyigoz
10:24, 9 August 2017
Crimean Tatar detained, fined for rallying and supporting Chyigoz

Russian law enforcers took the man in, as he demanded to release deputy leader of Mejlis

10:24, 9 August 2017

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The so-called ‘court’ of the Russian-occupied Crimea fined Crimean Tatar activist Server Karametov, also finding him guilty of violating the order of holding a rally.

The man was detained on Tuesday, as he went on a one-man rally near the building of the ‘Supreme Court’ in Simferopol – exactly when the court considered the case of Akhtem Chyigoz. Karametov demanded to release the deputy leader of Mejlis of Crimean Tatars and other political prisoners.

The ‘court’ ruled that Karametov be fined for 10,000 Russian rubles.

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