"Russia's security agents beat my son, took him to an unknown place," - chairman of Sudak mejlis

A son of Ilver Ametov, the chairman of the regional mejlis of Sudak, has been beaten and taken to an unknown location after Russian security agents raided his house in the village of Kapsykhor outside Crimea's town of Sudak.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Krym.Realii, the invaders said they were looking for weapons and drugs.

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"I have an ethnographic museum at my house with a lot of weapons dating back to the Middle Ages and up to those produced nowadays. They searched the museum and left everything upside down. The elder son was beaten, handcuffed and taken away to an unknown place. They said they would call in the evening," Ametov said.Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n439124