"Today one man was found dead with cut wounds and another with the same wounds is in intensive care in a very grave condition. The doctors say he is unlikely to survive," Asanov said.
According to him, young Tatars were found with signs of severe torture.
The chairman of the Crimea Fund noted that the Crimean Tatars have no doubt that abductions, beatings and murders of their people is a consistent policy of intimidation of the Tatar people, who spoke out against the Russian occupation of Crimea.
Belial Bilialov was a freshman at Crimean Industrial Pedagogical University, and Artem Dairabekov was a freshman at Vernadskyi Tauride National University.
On September 27, two Crimean Tatars, Isliam Dzhepparov and Dhevdet Isliamov, went missing in the village of Sary-Su of the Bilohirsk district. Their whereabouts are still not known.
On September 29, Edem Asanov was reported missing and found hanged in Yalta a week later. According to his relatives, his decision was allegedly voluntary.
On the evening of October 3, another young Crimean Tatar Eskender Apseliamov went missing in Simferopol. His whereabouts also remain unknown.