The Russian law enforcers held the searches at two houses of Crimean Tatars at Darvin and Khairi Emir-Zade Streets in occupied Simferopol, Crimea on December 26. The non-governmental organization ‘Crimea Solidarity’ reported this at Facebook.
It is reported that one of the women from the searched house at Darvin Street was taken to the investigative committee by the law enforcers.
Asene Meseratova, the owner of the house at Khairi Emir-Zade Street claimed that the law enforcers explained the searches by the investigation of the explosion at the gas pipeline in Alushta.
According to Emil Kurbedinov, the advocate, the searches at the houses of Crimean Tatars are connected to the search of the Ukrainian military and members of the ‘Right Sector’.
‘Some of them were told that their children carry the war at the zone of the armed Donbas Conflict, other people were told that their children entered the ‘Right Sector’’, he wrote at Facebook.
The Russian law enforcers did not comment on the situation.
As we reported the searches and detentions at the houses of the Crimean Tatars occurred at a few places in Crimea due to the case of the extortion of money from the citizen of Turkey. Bekir Dehermenji, Asan Chapukh, Kyazim Ametov, Kyazim Ametov and Kurseit Abdullaev were detained.
Later it was reported that Vedzhiye Kashka, the veteran of Crimean Tatar movement died in the result of the searches on November 23. She felt bad during the detention and was hospitalized.