About it Center for Investigative Journalism reported their own sources in the occupied territory.
According to eyewitnesses, on July 22, the so-called “Dnrovtsy” broke into the house in Genichesk, where Aleksey Kiselyov lived, and took him away blindfolded and with his hands tied to an unknown place.
“He was kept there for three days, where, it is possible, torture was used. After that, they were handed over to the FSB and taken to Simferopol, where they are kept in a pre-trial detention center,” local residents said.
They also reported that the “Dnrovtsy” stole Kiselyov’s car, which was still on the “Sevastopol numbers”.
According to information from Simferopol, which still needs to be confirmed, Aleksey Kiselev may be charged with participation in a non-existent “illegal armed formation, the battalion named after Noman Chelebidzhikhan.”
Dozens of Crimean Tatars and Ukrainian activists, some of whom took part in the civil blockade of goods supplies to the occupied Crimea in 2015-2016, have been arrested and are already serving illegally sentenced terms of imprisonment in this case, rigged by the FSB.
Aleksey Alekseevich Kiselev (date of birth February 2, 1964) was the commander of the command ship “Slavutich” of the Ukrainian Navy, after his resignation with the rank of colonel, he was engaged in social and entrepreneurial activities in Sevastopol. After the occupation of Crimea, the Russian Federation left for Genichesk in 2014. He is one of the founders of the NGO “Isettlement-SOS” – an organization that deals with the rights of internally displaced persons from Crimea and Donbass.