Searches in occupied Evpatoria: ARC prosecutor's office launches criminal proceedings for violating the inviolability of housing
The Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol responded to the morning searches on July 22 in the house of Crimean Tatars: Ali Ibragimov and Mustafa Ibragimov. According to this fact, the law enforcement agencies of the autonomy initiated criminal proceedings under Part 1 of Art. 162 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (violation of the inviolability of housing).
This was reported by the ARC Prosecutor's Office on its Telegram channel.
"Continuing the policy of the occupying state aimed at persecution, repression and oppression on the territory of the peninsula, today the occupying" law enforcement officers "are conducting illegal searches in the house of Crimean Tatars in Evpatoria", - was informed in the statement.
According to the prosecutor's office, in case of establishing information about illegal detentions, the actions of the occupying "security officers" will be given an appropriate legal assessment.
What is known
- On July 22, in Yevpatoria, the occupiers searched the house and shop of Crimean Tatars 57-year-old Ali Ibragimov and his son 27-year-old Mustafa Ibragimov.