Previously announced suspicion of Russian prosecutors Sergei Bulgakov and Alexander Dombrovsky.
The Crimean Prosecutor’s office declared suspicion 25 persons who chased the Deputy Chairman of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem of Chigasaki allegedly organizing mass riots during the rally on 26 February 2014 under the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea.
About this informed the Prosecutor of Crimea Igor Ponochevny during a speech at the international forum Age of Crimea.
“On the eve of the Crimean Prosecutor’s office has completed the process of raising concerns the occupation of “investigators”, “prosecutors” and “judges” 25 people who illegally pursued one of the leaders of the Majlis. They, among other things, violated the norms of international humanitarian law, as implementing a policy of the state of the occupant directed to the persecution of Pro-Ukrainian population in Crimea, knowing that on the Peninsula are exclusively the norms of Ukrainian legislation, illegally applying the legislation of Russia, was sentenced to imprisonment of one of leaders of Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people”, – quotes Ponownego Crimea.Realities.
According to Pokojowego, “criminal occupation “case 26 Feb” and those sentences that received the Pro-Ukrainian activists for the right to say “Crimea is Ukraine” – a vivid example of the work “Stalin” States the occupier”.
Earlier it became known that the suspected declared Russian prosecutors Sergei Bulgakov and Alexander Dombrovsky.
We will remind, on February 26, 2014 in front of the Crimean Parliament held a rally of supporters and opponents of Ukraine’s territorial integrity. Among the first was Crimean Tatar and Pro-Ukrainian activists, they were opposed by the Pro-Russian, which was organized by the leaders of the “Russian unity” headed by Sergey Aksyonov, who now heads the Russian “government” of the Peninsula.
In January 2015 Sledkoma Crimean Department of the Russian Federation opened a criminal case of “mass riot” at the rally on February 26. Among those detained were the Deputy head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz, as well as activists Ali Asanov, Mustafa degermendzhi, Eskender Kantemirov, Talat Yunusov, Eskender Amiraliev, Arsen Yunusov and Eskender Nabiev.
Later, the court divided “the case of February 26” for two separate process the main suspect Chiygoza, who actually fulfilled the role of leader of the Majlis.
At the initiative of the lawyer Cemil Temicheva activist Talat Yunusov and cameraman of ATR TV channel Eskender Nabiev made a deal with the investigation and pleaded guilty on the condition that their testimonies will be used as evidence in the cases of the other defendants. In December 2015, Yunus was sentenced to 3.5 years probation, and Eskender Bail to two years probation.
4 Feb 2020 it became known about cancellation of conditional condemnation prior to the expiration of probation against the defendant in the “case on February 26” Mustafa degermendzhi.