Son of Mustafa Dzhemilev released from Russian prison – lawyer

682
Ukrinform
Hayser Dzhemilev, son of leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev, was released from penal colony No.10 in Russia’s city of Astrakhan.

His lawyer, Nikolai Polozov posted this on Twitter.

"Hayser has been released," he wrote and posted a photo, showing Hayser standing near his wife and his mother near the colony premises.

In 2013, Hayser Dzhemilev was found guilty of manslaughter with the use of his parent's gun of a family friend Fevzi Edemov. After the annexation of Crimea, Russian investigative authorities decided to re-investigate. Hayser was taken from Simferopol jail to Krasnodar region of Russia

 The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation reduced his five-year imprisonment by year and a half. However, Kyiv's Dniprovskiy District Court in April 2015 sentenced him to three years and eight months in prison. Hayser Dzhemilev was serving his sentence in Astrakhan colony No. 10.

ol

While citing and using any materials on the internet that are open to search systems, hyperlinks to ukrinform.ua not lower than the first paragraph are mandatory. Citing and using materials in ofline-media, mobile apps, SmartTV are allowed only with receipt of a written permission from "ukrinform.ua". Materials marked Advertising are published based on the advertising rights.

© 2015-2017 Ukrinform. All rights reserved.

Website design Studio Laconica
Extended searchHide extended search
By period:
-