A Crimean Tatar, Mambet Asan-Usta, disappeared in the temporarily occupied Crimea in the Kirovskyi district. Later it turned out that he had been taken to an unknown building in Simferopol with a bag on his head -Crimean Solidarity.
Asan-Usta disappeared near the railway station in the Kirovskyi district after he had been detained by representatives of the so-called 'road transport service'.
However, eyewitnesses say they saw a car slowly escorting Mambet Asan-Usta's car.
"The 'police' detained Asan-Usta at around 8 pm. After that, the family was informed that the Crimean Tatar "left together with the 'police' officers".
"The 'police' detained Asan-Ust at around 20:30. After that, the family was informed that the Crimean Tatar "left together with the 'police' officers".
Around 2 am, the Crimean Tatar called his mother and said that he was in an unknown building in Simferopol.
He was taken there with a bag over his head. In the building, Asan-Usta was forced to sign a confession and interrogated about the explosion of the railway lines near the village of Chystenke, Simferopol district.