Son of the leader of Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev — Hiser, convicted in Russia for involuntary manslaughter, illegally was transferred to the Astrakhan region.
About this in his Twitter said the lawyer Dzhemilev Nikolai Polozov.
«Hauser Jamilov was transferred to the Astrakhan region. Driven through Armavir. Track its movement», — he wrote.
Counsel argues that according to Russian law, Hayser Dzhemilev should be in the colony at the place of residence in Crimea, either at the sentencing — in the Krasnodar region.
The reason that the son of Mustafa Jemilev sent to another region, Polozov believes the political activities of his father.
«Of course, illegal transportation Jamilov in another region is the response of the Russian authorities on the political activities of his father,» — said Polozov.
Recall that Hauser detained at the murder scene on may 27, 2013 — in the yard of his home in Bakhchisaray. From a shot to the head killed 44-year-old Builder Fevzi of Oedema. The militia opened criminal proceedings under part 1 of article 115 of the Criminal code of Ukraine (premeditated murder). The Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars said that it was a homicide committed by negligence.
After the annexation of Crimea by Russia, the investigative bodies of the Russian Federation decided to re-investigate the case. However the Kyiv court of Appeals has described the actions of Hauser as negligent homicide and ordered his release from custody. The European court of human rights rendered a decision on the release of Dzhemilev-Junior. However, Russia refuses to perform.
In September 2014 Heiser was taken from the Crimean detention center in the Krasnodar region of the Russian Federation, despite the decision of the European court of human rights and the investigating authorities of Ukraine.
The court in Krasnodar (Russia) sentenced Dzhemilev Hauser for involuntary manslaughter, theft and possession of firearms for 5 years in a General regime colony. The defense appealed the verdict of the Krasnodar criada and 2 September, the Russian Supreme court reduced the prison term from 5 to 3.5 years.
After the decision of the Supreme court of Russia about the reduction of sentence to Haseru Dzhemilev his family was not informed about the further whereabouts of the convict.
On September 24 Ukraine withdrew from the European court of human rights one of the claims against Russia, which concerns the son of the leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Jemilev Hauser.
Son of Dzhemilev illegally was transferred to the Astrakhan region — the advocate 27.09.2015