The officers of Russia’s FSB held the searches of Crimean Tatar Marlen Mustafayev at Myasoidivska Street, Kamianka village, Simferopol district of occupied Crimea as “Crimean Solidarity” reported on Facebook.
It is noted that the searches at the house of Crimean Tatar took place today in the morning. His under-age daughter who is not even two-years-old and old sick mother-in-law were in the house.
A prisoner transport vehicle arrived to Mustafayev’s house and blocked the entrance to the yard. Preliminary, the FSB initiated the searches.
According to his wife, the officers searched for the weaponry. They confiscated the documents, telephones.
About 9:30 a.m. Marlen Mustafayev was taken by the law enforcers.
We note that Mustafayev is a human right activist; he helped the families of the Ukrainian political prisoners.
On February 21, 2017, the law enforcers searched the house of Mustafayev. Then, he was arrested for 11 days. He was accused of the posting of the banned information in the social networks in July 2014.
Also, ten people who came to the house of Mustafayev to support the activist were also arrested.
As we reported the Russian law enforcers held the searches at Kurske village, Bilogorsk region at the houses of four underage Crimean Tatars and one more search took place in Kholodivka village, Sudak region.
Moreover, they held the searches in annexed Crimea at the house of Muslim Aliev involved in “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”.