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Polozova was released after questioning FSB

Полозова отпустили после допроса ФСБCounsel argues that it had no right to detain in connection with the law on advocacy and the bar of the Russian Federation.

Lawyer Nikolai Polozov has left the building of the FSB in Simferopol and accused the security forces of the tyranny.

Today it was reported about the detention of lawyer Polozova in the Crimea. The investigator had previously warned about the drive in for questioning as a witness in the case of Ilmi Umerov.

“This is lawlessness, blatant pressure on the lawyers,” – said Polozov in a live broadcast of the Crimea.Reality in Facebook. It qualifies the actions of the FSB as an abduction.

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The lawyer said that two days ago at the PACE he was talking about harassment in the Crimea, and on his return he was immediately detained.

Polozov says that the investigators had no right to detain him, as the law on advocacy of Russia imposes a direct prohibition on interrogation of the lawyer as a witness in those circumstances that he has become aware in the course of providing legal assistance.

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According to Polozova, during the interrogation he kept silent, powers in the hands of a poster with the words “Silent” and the articles of the Russian Criminal code, which prohibit the lawyer to disclose the information.

He also noted that he could not enjoy the right to a lawyer, and complained of threats of the investigator.

“The investigator threatened or intimidated, that the failure to testify also shall be punished”, – said the lawyer.

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