Censor.NET reports citing Azov regiment Twitter.
As reported, Krasnov has been released as he has not been served any charges three days after apprehension.
"At the moment, Stanislav is with his comrades and feels more or less fine," the report notes.
As also reported, the hearing of the case is adjourned until March 2, 2:30 p.m.
On the night of Feb. 28, SBU officers detained leader of Azov-Krym civil corps Stanislav Krasnov. The activist is suspected of illegal possession of weapons, collaboration with Russia's secret services, and subversive activity. Later, Krasnov's lawyer said his client had been tortured during interrogation.
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