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One of detained Crimean Tatars released

Ernes Seytosmanov will testify in the case of his brother Enver, whom Russian special services consider a 'member of terrorist organization'
08:05, 11 May 2018

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Russian law enforcers released Ernes Seytosmanov, one of the two brothers detained in the occupied Crimea on Thursday. He is going to testify in the case of his brother Enver, Krym.Realii wrote.

After an interrogation, Ernes walked free; the police told him that Enver is charged with 'membership in a terrorist organization'. Currently, Enver Seytosmanov is at the isolation cell in Sevastopol.  

Ernes added that six masked people without any insignia searched their house on May 10, seizing several books, a tablet and a phone. Their mother's house located in a different place was searched, too; but they took nothing.

The Russian law enforcers did not comment on the situation.

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