1. September 28, 2016
- Crimean court dismissed Muslum Aliyev's appeal
- September 27, the court in the annexed Crimea considered an appeal filed by a political prisoner Muslim Aliyev, accused of involvement in the Hizb ut-Tahrir organization, over the decision by the Kiev district court to extend his custodial term until December 8, 2016.
- Just a reminder: September 26, two court sessions were held to consider the appeals filed by Emir Usein Kuku and Vadim Siruk over the decision by the Kiev District Court to extend their detention period until December 8, 2016.
- Eight of the twelve detainees have already been released, while Emir Usein-Kuku, Vadim Siruk, Enver Bekirov and Muslim Aliyev are still being held in custody. All of them are socially active citizens.
2. September 30, 2016
- Chiygoz to remain in custody until 2017
- September 29, the "court" in the annexed Crimea ruled to extend of detention of the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz.
- The detention of Ahtem Chiygoz was extended until January 8, 2017.
- The 19th hearing into the case of Ahtem Chiygoz, the Mejlis Deputy Chairman, was held on September 27. The defendant cannot attend it due to discriminatory provisions on the remote participation in the 1st instance process.
- September 21, the "Chiygoz case" took another twist after the evidence given by Vladimir Leontiev, the spouse of V.D. Koreneva, deceased at the rally on February 26, 2014. He said he does not blame Ahtem Chiygoz for the death of his wife.
3. September 30, 2016
- Hayser Jemilev remained in custody
- Soviet District Court of Astrakhan (RF) dismissed the parole application for Hayser Jemilev.
- September 15, Hayser Jemilev, the son of the leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev, was tried in secret. His lawyer Nikolai Polozov said that he learned about it on Thursday, September, 29 when visiting his client in the colony.
- Nikolai Polozov Russian issued a formal document, which indicated that Hayser Jemilev is recognized a citizen of Ukraine, as "Russian citizens are considered to be persons residing in the territory of the Republic of Crimea" on the date of annexation of the peninsula. However, Hayser did not live on the territory of the peninsula at the time of annexation.
4. September 30, 2016
- Ban on Mejlis: Persecution of Crimean Tatars increased
- Another six Mejlis members in the occupied Crimea were summoned to the General Directorate for Combating Extremism of the MIA of Russia, where the administrative protocols on their participation in "illegal gatherings" were drawn up.
- Those persons are Emine Avamileva, Dilyaver Akkiev, Mustafa Maushev, Bekir Mamut, Sadykhov Tabakh and Shevket Kaybullaev. Besides them, Enver Kurtiev did not come to the center, requiring a letter of invitation, and Abduraman Egiz could not come because of illness. All of them are charged under Article "Organization of activity of a public or religious association, which activities were suspended.
- Earlier, Ilmi Umerov and Ali Khamzin, the Mejlis members, were fined up to one thousand rubles.
- The interrogated members of the representative body of the Crimean Tatars are convinced that they will also be inflicted penalty in court and the criminal prosecution against them is possible as well.
- The court session on the consideration of the offense will be held in Bakhchysarai district court on Tuesday, October 4.
5. October 1, 2016
- Young Crimean Tatar gone missing in Crimea
- Nothing has been heard from a guy for already five days. QHA hopes that Remzi Osmanov will be found in the near future.
- Another Crimean Tatar Remzi Osmanov, born in 1984, went missing in the village of Kapsihor (now Morskoye, - Ed.) in the Sudak district (Crimea).
- It is known that a 32-year-old young man was living separately from his parents, in the house of his grandfather. Last time he called his parents on September 25.
- On Monday, September 26, his parents could not reach their son, since his phone was disconnected. Osmanov's car - Daewoo Lanos A 803 XB - has also disappeared from the yard of the house where he lives.
- The relatives of Remzi Osmanov filed a statement on his disappearance to the police.