After searches and detentions by security forces in the occupied Crimea, relatives of the detainees and concerned citizens went to the Federal Security Service building in Simferopol to protest. The occupiers captured more than 50 protesters. The ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova announced this on her Telegram page.
It is reported that the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation conducted five illegal searches at the houses of Ukrainian citizens.
"As a result, more than 50 Crimean Tatars were detained. They were pushed into buses, using brute force, beaten on the kidneys, and taken to various police stations in the temporarily occupied Crimea, where they are interrogated without the access of lawyers," Lyudmyla Denisova said.
As we reported earlier, in Nyzhnohirsky and Sovietsky areas and Sudak city of annexed Crimea, the Russian law enforcers hold searches at the houses of the Crimean Tatars.
Particularly, the search took place at the house of Crimean Solidarity journalist, correspondent of Hrani.ru Aider Kadyrov. He was taken to the FSB of Simferopol.