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Crimean court extends arrest of "saboteur" Suleymanov
16:20, 29 December 2016
Crimean court extends arrest of "saboteur" Suleymanov

FSB claims that Suleymanov struck Russia, including FSB, by damage amounting to more than $ 62.5 thousand, according to lawyer

16:20, 29 December 2016

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The Court in the annexed Crimea has made a decision to extend the detention period for Redvan Suleymanov, who was called the saboteur by the occupation authorities. Suleymanov’s Lawyer Emil Kurbedinov wrote this on Facebook.

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"Court wrongly extended the detention period up to January 30, 2017 for the arrested for a year by the FSB the alleged saboteur Redvan Suleymanov. The FSB claims that Suleymanov struck Russia, including FSB, by damage amounting to more than $ 62.5 thousand", said the lawyer.

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Recall, on August 12 one of the central Russian TV channels showed the interrogation of one of the alleged "saboteurs" that has prepared the train explosions in the occupied Crimea. In the video, a man named as Redvan Suleymanov, confessed in preparation of the terror attacks at the bus station and the airport in the Crimean capital on the instructions of Ukrainian intelligence officers.

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