Law enforcement agencies receive almost 140 complaints for four months of Crimea blockade
The law enforcement agencies have received 139 complaints about criminal offences for four months of Crimea blockade.
According to the Prosecutor General’s Office, since September 20 (the day of the blockade start) until December 24, the law enforcement officers received 139 complaints. Of this number, 15 complaints were entered in the unified register of pre-trial investigations. The relevant data are published in the report “Monitoring review of human rights situation in Crimea” of December 2014 of the Crimean Field Mission.
One criminal case was closed.
Out of 15 cases, which are being investigated, three cases involve obstruction of journalistic activity.
As reported, the blockade of Crimea was launched on September 20 at the initiative of the Crimean Tatars. The activists prevented trucks carrying goods from crossing administrative border with Crimea.
November 21, the activists damaged the power lines that supply electricity to the occupied peninsula.