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Crimean political prisoner in Russia brought to Bashkorostan, - lawyer
12:59, 9 September 2017
Crimean political prisoner in Russia brought to Bashkorostan, - lawyer

A the moment he is kept at one of Russian penal colonies

12:59, 9 September 2017

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Convicted by Russian court Ruslan Zeitullayev was brought to a penal colony in Bashkorostan, as his lawyer Edem Semedliaev said, according to Krym.Realii.

In September 2016, North Caucasus military district court announced verdicts in cases of four Crimean Tatars - Ruslan Zeitullayev, Ferat Saifullayev, Rustem Vagitov and Nuri Primov. All four were detained the Russian-annexed Crimea under charges of ‘terrorism’ and alleged membership in Hizb-Ut Tahrir, the infamous terrorist organization. They were also accused of creating a cell of this organization in Crimea.

The Supreme Court of Russia vacated the sentence of Zeitullayev and ordered the retrial on December 27. The Prosecutor of Russian requested to17 years of imprisonment for Zeitullayev.

The North Caucasus military district court sentenced Zeitullayev to 12 years of imprisonment at the colony with the strict regime on April 26.

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