Ex-Colonel of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Dmitry Zakharchenko, convicted of bribes worth a huge amount, was placed in the punishment cell of IK-5 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Republic of Mordovia. The reason for this, according to his lawyers, was his desire to join volunteer units to participate in the North Military District in Ukraine.
According to the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, Zakharchenko, along with two prisoners, went to a meeting with “recruiters” to clarify the conditions for selection for service in volunteer detachments. As a result of a group violating the rules of movement within the colony, he received a serious penalty, which led to his placement in a punishment cell.
While his requests to join the volunteers were rejected, his conditions in the punishment cell became extremely difficult, it is believed that he had actually not slept for seven days for fear of oversleeping the 5am rise, which could lead to an even longer prolongation length of stay in the isolation ward.
Despite this, the prison administration refused to provide the lawyers with documents documenting violations of his detention rules.
Zakharchenko was sentenced to 16 years in a maximum security colony for accepting bribes worth a huge amount, and his property was confiscated in favor of the state.
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