Huseyin Celil has been moved out of prison to house-arrest. We thank Jason Kenney for his support.

Huseyin Celil has been moved out of the regular solitary confinement to house-arrest in Tashkent. It is controlled by the Uzbeki apparatus. Canadian Consular staff and his mother-in-law met with him. He looked fine physically but he needed medicine for his ulcer.
April 29, 2006
Kyrgyzstan for the very first time, requested his extradition on bogus allegations. He was alleged to commit crimes at a time he was not even in the Continental Asia. We are hopeful that he will exonerate by means of alibi. If you think you have known Mr. Celil in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan or Turkey, please give us a call or write to us.

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