Protest in occupied Simferopil: Putin, our children are not terrorists

Source : 112 Ukraine

A few pensioners support arrested Karametov
14:55, 14 August 2017

Lilya Budzhurova Facebook

The individual protests in the support of the detained Crimean Tatar activist Server Karametov took place in occupied Simferopil. The so-called security officials detained the protesters. The Crimean advocate Edem Semedlyaev reported this at Facebook.

According to him, the security officials detained Yarikul Davlatov, Oleksandr Dyachkov, Seitumer Ceitumerov and Selim Teifukov.

'They are deprived to the Zaliznychne Region Department of Police. They attempt to question them and make their photos', he wrote.

The Head of the Center Election Commission of kurultai of Crimean Tatars Zair Smedlyaev reported about the detention of  Osman Ablaev, Reshat Emiruseinov, Sinaver Nimetillaev and Lilya Gemedzhi.

The advocate Edem Semedlyaev is with the detained as his colleague Emil Kurbedinov reported to Crimea.Realias.

Also, the journalist Shevket Namatullaev noted that the protests took place near the buildings of the Council of Ministers, the National Council, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Supreme Court of Crimea. According to him, a few pensioners came out with the banners 'Putin, our children are not the terrorists' and demanded to release Karametov.

Server agia Karametov organized the single protest near Supreme Court of Crimea and was detained on August 8.

Two administrative protocols were made against the activist. One is for the violence of the order of single protest holding and the second is for the opposition to the police. The Zaliznychny Court of Simferopil sentenced him for ten days of administrative arrest for the opposition to the police and fined him for 167 dollars.

Karametov is 76 and he has Parkinson disease.

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