Crimean Tatar resource center has given another list of law offences and human rights violations committed in Russia-annexed Crimea in April, 2016.
This was reported by Radio Liberty.
Overall, the list mentions 60 cases.
In particular, Crimean Tatar resource center emphasizes mass cases of detentions of Crimean Tatars in the village of Pionerske (located near Simferopol) on April 1. All the detainees had their fingerprints and saliva samples taken. Besides, all of them have been interrogated.
Among the other law offences, the list mentions searches in a bakery in Simferopol, an attempt of Russia law enforcement officers to get into the house of the Head of the audit committee of Kurulay Ali Ozenbash in Simferopol, unlawful extension of arrest of one of defendants in ’26 February case’ Akhtem Chyyhoz, detention of arrest of Crimean Tatars allegedly involved in contacts with Hizb ut-Tahrir, outlawing of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, searches in houses of Crimean journalists and accusation of Mykola Semena, Crimean journalist, in separatism.