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76-year-old man detained for 10 days in Crimea for one-person rally
23:10, 9 August 2017
76-year-old man detained for 10 days in Crimea for one-person rally

Previously the “court” fined him $160

23:10, 9 August 2017

Musafir Zaman Facebook

In the occupied Crimea, the so-called “Simferopol rail court” detained 76-year-old Crimean Tatar Server Karametov for 10 days for “resisting the police officers”. Earlier Karametov went on a one-person rally supporting Akhtem Chyigoz, carrying a banner saying “Putin, our kids aren’t terrorists”, as his lawyer Polozov informed on Facebook.

Earlier, the “court” fined him $160.

Two protocols were filed against Karametov, one for “violating the order of one-person rallies”, and the second for ““resisting the police officers”.

Related: Chiygoz case: Crimean ‘prosecutor’ demands eight years in prison as punishment

Related: Russia to not fulfill UN court judgment concerning Crimean Tatars

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