The Military Court of Appeal in Vlasikha dismissed the defendants’ in the so-called second Bakhchisaray Hizb ut-Tahrir case appeal about the extension of their detention. They will remain in jail until August 13. The court hearings were held in violation of fundamental human rights. It is reported by the Crimean Solidarity public association.
“On June 9, we considered the last complaint against Timur Ibrahimov. The court session passed formally, with a big violation of basic human rights, and the decision of the Southern District Military Court on all the defendants was upheld”,- the lawyer said.
We remind that on October 11, 2017, in the city of Bakhchisaray, the invaders carried out mass searches in 6 dwellings of Crimean Tatars – Marlen Asanov, Seyran Saliiev, Timur Ibrahimov, Memet Belyalov, Ernest Ametov, Server Zekiryaev. Everyone was detained. They were charged under Article 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Participation in the activities of an organization that, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, is recognized as terrorist.”
On May 21, 2018, Russian security forces raided the dwellings of activists of the Crimean Solidarity public association in the occupied Crimea, as a result of which Server Mustafayev and Edem Smailov were detained. They are also accused of participating in the organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is prohibited on the territory of the Russian Federation.
In February 2019, a criminal case was opened against eight individuals involved in the so-called second Bakhchisaray “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” – Marlen Asanov, Seyran Saliiev, Timur Ibrahimov, Memet Belyalov, Ernest Ametov, Server Zekiryaev, Server Mustafayev and Edem Smailov (“violent seizure of power or violent retention of power”).
On March 5, it became known that the two defendants in the so-called second Bakhchisaray “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” – Timur Ibrahimov and Memet Belyalov – had tightened the charge from part 2 of Aricle. 205.5 of the Criminal Code (“participation in the activities of a terrorist organization”) to the first part (“organization of the activities of a terrorist organization”).