49 people were detained in the occupied Crimea for “unauthorized picketing”. After the so-called local police “talked to them”, they were released, Interfax informs linking to the so-called “Ministry of Internal Affairs of Crimea”.
“For violating the demand of the federal law on gatherings, meetings, demonstrations, marches, and pickets, 49 citizens were brought to the internal affairs authorities. After giving their explanation and holding preventive talks with them, all participants were released,” the so-called Ministry wrote.
On October 14, around 100 people of the occupied Crimea went onto the streets and roads with one-man protests against the abuse from security services, and in defence of the political prisoners. They held banners with writings like “Crimean Tatars aren’t terrorists”, “Freedom to political prisoners” etc, often along the roads.