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Mothers and children of Crimean Tatar political prisoners frighten judges in Russian-occupied Crimea

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

With press freedom severely curtailed, and lawyers prohibited from divulging any information about the charges their clients face, Russia probably expected the lawlessness of its indefinite imprisonment and ‘trials’ of Crimean Tatars and other Crimean Muslims to go unnoticed. Crimea is not Russia, however, and there will be no silence, however much the de facto judges try to hold all hearings behind closed doors, and however many Crimean Tatars are themselves arrested for showing solidarity. …read more

Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

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