Crimean court rejected appeal of citizen journalist Kadyrov
On September 28, the Kyiv District Court of Simferopol dismissed complaint against investigator activity regarding the citizen journalist Ayder Kadyrov , since the judge did not find “violation in the investigator’s actions”. The complaint was filed by the lawyer defending the journalist Oleksiy Ladin, as Crym.Realii reported.
Oleksiy Ladin lodged that complaint, firstly, because he and his client were not allowed to get acquainted with the decision to order a linguistic and psychological religious examination and with its results. The second reason was that the investigator did not allow the lawyer to photocopy the documents, and also tried to take away his non-disclosure agreement.
It is reported that in the end Ladin and Kadyrov managed to get acquainted with the examination files, the investigator said that he did not object to the lawyer copying the case files to his device. Nevertheless, the lawyer is to file an appeal against the court ruling.
As IMI reported, on August 31 In the occupied Crimea, at Nyzhnyogirske, on August 31, Russian security forces detained Ayder Kadyrov, correspondent for “Crimean Solidarity” and the Grani.ru online newspaper. His domicile was searched.
On the night of September 1, Ayder Kadyrov was released on bail. Russia's FSB incriminated him for Art. 205.6 (failure to report a crime) of the Criminal Code. According to FSB investigator Valery Sherstyuk, Kadyrov, along with other detained Crimean Tatars, was silent about correspondence in 2015 with Umidzhon Dadajonov, who, according to the Russian occupiers, fought on the side of the ISIL terrorist organization.