Wife Dading did not believe the denials of the Federal penitentiary service: “So he was standing behind her with a Taser”
Ildar Dading could deny the application to him of physical strength for intimidation on the part of the jailers, says wife Dading journalist Anastasia Zotova. After the publication of the letter Dading on torture in prison in the Federal penitentiary service said that the activist “under the video” said the lack of injuries. RBC notes that the record in the prison service is not shown.
Zotov inconsistent comments for RBC said: “I just don’t know if I made noise, if the whole story poured out until (the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry) Peskov, and they managed to record the movie, where the government denies all this… If he denies, it means he’s afraid if he denies, then he was standing behind her with a stun gun… I just don’t know what it could intimidate that he could not deny it”.
Letter Dading on a regular tortures in IK-7 in the Karelia Republic, where he is serving time for violations at the rallies in new article of the criminal code, caused a great resonance. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov has promised that it will report to Vladimir Putin and the Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova took the situation under his personal control.
In the leadership of the Federal penitentiary service said that as a result of medical examination has not confirmed the use of violence to Dadina. This was stated by the Deputy Director FSIN Valery Maksimenko: “At this moment don’t currently have a single injury on February Dadine. He is under the video confirms. The medical workers recorded”.
Maximenko also reported that the Dading November 2, will be visited by independent medical experts, whose composition will be formed upon the recommendation of human rights defenders. Doctors will conduct a survey of the convict, the results of the FSIN promised to make public immediately thereafter.
The head of the Council on human rights under the Russian President Mikhail Fedotov, in turn, appealed to the Federal penitentiary service with a request to admit on November 7-8, in the colony of two members of the HRC, human rights activist Igor Kalyapin and lawyer Pavel Chikov.
Ildar 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.