Russian enforcers were looking for weapon and banned literature in Crimean journalist's home
During the search in the apartment of QaraDeniz editor Roman Spyrydonov in Simferopol, Russian enforcers were looking for banned literature and weapons. Spyrydonov's wife, Iryna, reported this to Krym.Realii. According to her, the search lasted 2.5 hours, the enforcers were not armed, allowed to get her children to school, and conducted the search in a polite manner. Nothing of interest was found (the papers were saying the objective of the search was to find "narcotics, weapon and extremist literature").