The son of ex-leader of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev, who was convicted for murder, was released
The son of the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the former leader of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Cemil Hayser was released from Astrakhan colony. He was convicted in Russia for involuntary manslaughter, theft and possession of weapons.
The picture Cemil and his family from leaving the colony published in Facebook lawyer Nikolai Polozov. According to “the Media”, Heiser met his wife and Decided mother, Safinar.
Hayser Dzhemilev went to jail once in may 2013, shot and killed 44-year-old Fevzi Edemova, a family friend and guardian. According to the defense, it was murder by negligence. Cemil shot from the house to the garden with a gun, which was registered to his father, and accidentally hit a person. According to the case file, he “secretly abducted” from her father’s house in Bakhchisaray the rifle with a telescopic sight and ammunition, and then decided to shoot at birds. After the victim of the shooting was Eden, Dzhemilev himself called the police and confessed to the crime.
The incident occurred in the Crimea, which at that time was the territory of Ukraine. When the Crimea became Russian, Hayser Dzhemilev was charged on three counts: murder, illegal possession of firearms and ammunition and theft of weapons. The court sentenced Dzhemilev-Junior to 5.5 years of imprisonment. In September 2015, the Supreme court commuted his sentence to 3.5 years.
Lawyer Nikolai Polozov, commenting on the decision of the court, noted that the court legally has not explained why his client was tried in Russia, although he has committed a crime in the Ukraine against a Ukrainian citizen, he being a citizen of this country.
By the time of sentencing in June 2015 Hayser Dzhemilev was in jail for two years. In April 2016 the Astrakhan court denied him parole. Then the lawyer Cemil noticed that his client in the databases of the Federal migration service recorded a citizen of the Russian Federation, although in 2014 officially refused from the Russian citizenship. In court documents he appears as a citizen of Ukraine, but the colony came the documents for registration of the passport of the Russian Federation.
In may 2015, Hayser Dzhemilev condemned for the same crime and was sentenced to three years and eight months in prison. From Kiev sent Moscow an extradition request, but the results were never decorated.
The European court of human rights has obliged the Russian authorities to release the Crimea, but in Russia, this decision was not heeded.
We will remind, the father of Hayser Jemilev, former head of the Mejlis, Mustafa Dzhemilev, is accused by Russia of calls to violate the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation and declared in the Federal search. April 26, 2016, the Supreme court of Crimea has recognized the extremist activities of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars, whose leaders in September 2015, initiated blockade of the Crimea.