Crimean Solidarity journalists rewrite passport data of Rostov-on-Don
Five Russian police cars arrived in Rostov-on-Don and began copying the passport data of Crimean Solidarity journalists under the Southern District Military Court, where the second Bakhchisaray group, the Hizb ut-Tahrir case, was meeting.
Crimean Solidarity reported about it.
It is noted that the police took the data from the correspondents of the "Crimean Solidarity" Ali Seitablaev and Seyran Maksudov and detained them.
Source: "Crimean Solidarity".
What is known
- On 16 of September, the Southern District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don sentenced eight members of the second Bakhchisarai group in the Hizb ut-Tahrir case. All but one were sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. Ernes Ametov was found not guilty and the case was closed.
- On 31st August, prosecutor Yevgeny Kolpikov invited a Russian court to set long-term imprisonment in a maximum-security prison of 15 to 21 years for those involved in the criminal case.