Occupation authorities have relocated Kuku from psychiatry hospital to detention centre
After undergoing psychiatric examination Emir-Useyin Kuku, defendant in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” case, was returned to the detention centre in the annexed Crimea.
As reported by a Crimea human rights defender Anna Bogacheva on her Facebook page.
“Today (on Monday) Emir-Useyin Kuku was relocated from psychiatric hospital, where he underwent forced psychiatric examination, back to the detention centre”, – she wrote.
In the comments she clarified that he spent almost 11 months in detention and one of those months he spent “in a psychiatric hospital, where he underwent an examination”.
As reported by the Krym.Realiyi, at the end of December Vadym Siruk, another defendant in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” case, was returned from psychiatric hospital.
As a reminder, on October 12 FSB officers have conducted searches in the houses of five Muslim families. After the searches five Crimean Tatars were detained. Rustem Ismailov, Uzeyir Abdullayev, Teymur Abdullayev, Emil Dzhemadenov, Eider Salediov, which are accused of involvement in the banned in Russia organization “Hizb ut-Tahrir”.
Vadym Siruk, florist from Yalta, is being detained for more than 6 months for involvement in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” case, he was arrested on February 11, 2016
Representatives of the International Islamic political organization “Hizb ut-Tahir” called its mission to unite all Muslim countries into an Islamic caliphate. However they reject all kinds of terroristic methods to achieve their goals and believe their organization to be unfairly subjected to persecution in Russia.
Russia’s Supreme Court banned “Hizb ut-Tahir” in 2003 and included it in the list of terrorist organizations.
It was earlier reported that defendants in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” case are abused during the transportation to the court.