See full text in Arkhiv Khroniki, Khronika Press, New York, 1977, no. 2, pp. 89-96.
 Mustafa Dzhemilev refused the services of a defence attorney and represented himself (CCE 10.4) at his trial in 1970. This was, he said, because he did not want any lawyer to risk the same fate as Boris Zolotukhin (CCE 2.1, No 30), barrister to Alexander Ginzburg in January 1968.