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Investigative actions take place at house of human right activist in Crimea

Moreover, Zarema Kulametova was kidnapped, while her husband and daughter were detained
13:34, 4 September 2018

Radio Liberty

In Stary Krym, the Russian law enforcers hold the so-called “investigative actions” at the house of Crimean Tatar human right activist Abdulla Yakubov as “Crimean Solidarity” reported on Facebook.

Also, on September 4, the unknown in two cars kidnapped citizen of Stary Krym Zarema Kulametova. She was at the park for the obligatory public works during the kidnapping.

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Moreover, the searches took place at her house. According to the organization, her husband Zekkiy Kulametov and her daughter Riana Kulametova were detained after the dispute with the law enforcers.

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On February 24, the criminal case was opened against Zarema Kulametova for the insult to a representative of the authority. On April 23, the court sentenced her to 250 hours of the public works and fine in the sum of $293.

As we reported the officers of Russia’s FSB held the searches of Crimean Tatar Marlen Mustafayev at Myasoidivska Street, Kamianka village, Simferopol district of occupied Crimea. Later Mustafayev was detained.

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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, 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.

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