The Russian law enforcers held the search in the house of Crimean Tatars in Krasnivka, Simferopol region, annexed Crimea. Emirkhan Murtazaev was detained and transferred to Simferopol as Crimean Solidarity reported.
It is reported that the search took place at the house of Bekir and Emine Murtazaev; their son Emirkhan was detained. All of them were at the house at the moment of the search.
One of people present during the search of the house provided his data: Interior Ministry of Republic of Crimea, Shmanin Anton Petrovych.
“Murtazaev family could call the lawyer; they were deprived of the judicial help; they could not report anyone that the search takes place in their house,” the message said.
It is noted that detainee was released; he stayed in the Center of Counteraction Extremism. Emirkhan has the mental illness, schizophrenia. Due to this fact, the law enforcers could not detain him and question him without the presence of the legal representative as he cannot accountable for his actions.
The Russian law enforcers have not commented on the reasons for search and detention.
Earlier on June 10, Judge of occupied Crimean court Denys Didenko arrested Crimean Tatar for one month and 26 days.
Ukraine’s Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova stated that she applied to her Russia’s colleague Tatyana Moskalkova concerning the information on the place of detention Ukrainian citizens – the detained Crimean Tatars.
Earlier, Russian law enforcers have been searching the living houses of Crimean Tatars on June 10. The "investigation measures" took place in Alushta and Simferopol district, under seven different addresses.
The FSB searched houses of Eldar Kantemirov, Eskender Suleimanov, Ruslan Mesutov; this also concerns the houses of Riza and Enver Omerov, as well as Lenur Khalilov.
Kantemirov, Suleimanov, and Omerov were detained and taken in the unknown direction.