Activist Ildar Dading was put in solitary confinement in a Karelian prison in Segezha, where he is serving real time for a participation in the number of outstanding shares. In addition, he was transferred to strict conditions of detention. About this in his Facebook wrote his wife Anastasia Zotova.
Zotov came to the colony, to convey the products and hoping for a date. However, in connection with the transfer to the punishment cell even a phone call is impossible. “When Ildar was in a punishment cell, said. What, you didn’t. How many days is not said. But apparently the penalty box, he was not for the first time – because he was transferred to strict conditions of content,” she suggests.
Zotov said that the transfer of it to take agreed, but many products are deleted. “From the list were removed all perishable foods – vegetables, fruit, sausage, cheese. So to escape from hunger see will probably soy meat, which we, thankfully, bought on the advice of experienced. Canned food was also possible – and we took quite a bit (if not accept)”, she said.
Dading was repeatedly brought to administrative responsibility for participation in opposition rallies – four in 2014. Dading remains the only convicted under article 212.1 of the criminal code after her appearance in the new edition of the Criminal code of the Russian Federation in the summer of 2014. The first consideration of the case he was sentenced to three years in a General regime colony, although the prosecution had asked only for two years. March 31, the Moscow city court has mitigated the sentence to activist for six months.
In early October the Moscow city court rejected the cassation on the case, and the protection of the Dading sent a complaint to the European court of human rights (ECHR). According to the lawyer Ksenia Kostromina, listed in the complaint is admitted by the authorities of the Russian Federation of violation of articles of the European Convention on human rights: the right to freedom of Assembly and Association (article 11), right to a fair trial (article 6), the right not to be tried or punished twice (part 1 of article 4 of Protocol N7).