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In Sevastopol, FSB interrogated female blogger after she posted news about Dzhemilev on her Facebook page

17.08.2015, 17:50

On August 14 in Sevastopol, blogger Iryna Horelikova was taken to FSB for interrogation after she shared a reference to news about the press conference of Mustafa Dzhemilev, Ukrainian MP and Ukrainian Presidential representative on issues of Crimean Tatars. According to Horelkova, at 10 in the morning she was visited by two men wearing civilian clothes, who "invited" her for interrogation, without any real option to refuse. The interrogator was polite, however, he was asking questions related to the political situation in Crimea and attitude to Putin (due to concerns that the blogger might instigate a riot), and after hearing that Horelikova has an anti-Putin position, offered her to move out from Crimea, which she refused to do.

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