Convicted for violating the order of conducting meetings Ildar Dading, who previously stated about torture and beatings in the Karelian colony N7, where he is serving time, had a fight with a cellmate, according to the regional Administration of Federal service of punishments (UFSIN).

“16 November, about seven in the morning in the room of one of the units of IK-7 Davnym between the convict and his cellmate there was a conflict on household soil. In the result of a verbal altercation and a fight ensued. Prison officials have isolated the convicts in different areas”, – stated in the message Department.

The Ministry said that after visiting the doctor, both convicted were given medical assistance. Dading got a bruise in lip, the second convict, who received multiple head injuries, is currently undergoing medical examination.

“In fact the incident is checked”, – specified in the message.

Ildar Dading had a fight with his cellmate because of the boiler, said RIA “Novosti” a source in law enforcement bodies.

“The video shows that the reason for the disagreement was a simple boiler. Argue with a fellow inmate, Dading first got into a fight. Despite the fact that they promptly stopped the fight, he managed to cause the opponent a concussion and closed cherepno-a brain trauma. A man undergoes a medical examination”, – said the Agency interlocutor. According to him, the cellmate Dading is a citizen of Uzbekistan.

Information about the teapot commented on spouse Dading Anastasia Zotova in his Facebook.

We will remind, Dading became the first and only Russian convicted under article 212.1 after her appearance in the new edition of the Criminal code of the Russian Federation in the summer of 2014. In December 2015, the Dading was sentenced to three years in a General regime colony. In March 2016, the Moscow city court has mitigated the sentence to activist for six months.

In September, Dading was transferred to the correctional colony No. 7 in Segezha in Karelia. After the trip his wife Anastasia Zotova in Ahmedabad revealed that the Dading placed in a punishment cell and transferred to strict conditions of detention.

November 1 published a letter from the Dading IK-7, in which he told about torture and humiliation in prison. As told to convict on 11 September it four times kicked for 10-12 members of the colony at the same time, and after the third beating lowered his head in a toilet right in the camera the cooler. The next day, according to Dading, he was cuffed behind the back and half an hour hung up by the handcuffs, and threatened that another convict will rape him.

The Federal penitentiary service confirmed that by Dadina used force, but explained that it was done involuntarily – since September 11 that “in a rough form refused to leave the chamber, take the position for the search, began to miss the hands of employees for uniforms”. At the same time, allegations of beatings in the penitentiary denied. In SK also have not confirmed the facts of torture.

However, the Federal penitentiary service were allowed to visit the colony to representatives of the Council on human rights under the President of the Russian Federation (HRC). Following the visit, human rights activist Igor Kalyapin, Pavel Chikov and said that Davnym set out the facts found confirmation.

November 11 was published a second letter Ildar Dading, in which he informed about the ongoing torture in prison. “This is not a correctional institution, is a concentration camp. Keep people here, not in order that they were corrected, and bullying,” wrote Dading, asking on his behalf to send the statement to the Investigating Committee that in the IR-7 prisoners used “a set of torture”.

The next day it became known that the activist convicted in the colony examined by an independent doctor-epileptologist Vasily Generalov. Moreover, it was reported that the data on the results of the survey differ: human rights activists claimed that he recorded the damage caused to health, and in FSIN declared that the body of an activist is not visible damage.

Dading had a fight with a cellmate in the Karelian colony, reports the Federal penitentiary service 17.11.2016

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