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Akadyrov released after interrogation

15.01.2016, 15:44

In the occupied Crimea, officers of Simferopol police interrogated journalist Zair Akadyriv, detained in the court on the "February 26 case" (essentially, the case of pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian rallies near the Crimean Parliament captured by Russian troops which took place on February 26, 2014), and also about his professional activities. The interrogation lasted almost an hour, and after that he was released. Akadyrov told about this to Krym.Realii.

As the journalist reported, as he was detained the police officers threatened him, tried to pry off his passport from his hands, and led to the vehicle by force. During the interrogation, he was asked to empty his pockets, his things were taken from him, but returned later.

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