The Federal penitentiary service denied reports of torture of opposition leader Dading

The Federal penitentiary service denied reports of torture of opposition leader Dading

Moscow. 1 Nov. INTERFAX.RU — reports of torture of opposition leader Ildar Dading in the Karelian colony is not confirmed by him and conducted a physical examination, said the Deputy Director of the FSIN Valery Maksimenko.

“At this moment you have not installed a single injury. Dedine. He is under the video confirms. The medical workers recorded,” — said Maksimenko on Tuesday “Interfax”.

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He noted that in connection with the dissemination of information about torture, Dading conducted the test with participation of employees of the Central apparatus of the Federal penitentiary service.

“Special attention will be paid to the dates on which, according to the Dading, he was allegedly beaten — removed fragments from all cameras,” — said the Deputy head of the FSIN.

According to him, established that on September 12 at the Dading was handcuffed.

“This fact is recorded in the respective journals and, as expected in such cases, it carried out a service check, the results of which were sent to the Prosecutor,” — said Maksimenko.

He stressed that if the audit reveals facts of abuse of authority, including applications for Dadina illegal measures, “employees who have admitted it will be terminated immediately and they will deal with the investigative authorities”.

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“This decision was made by the Director of the Federal penitentiary service Gennady Kornienko,” said Maximenko.

Earlier Tuesday, the wife of the Dading Anastasia Zotova reported in Facebook with reference to the lawyer Alexey Lipcare that the activist in the colony, was beaten and tortured and threatened to kill. Letter Dading in which he talks about torture, it was also published by Meduza.

Later, the Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova told “Interfax” that he took personal control of the situation and sent a request to the leadership of the Federal penitentiary service and the Prosecutor of Karelia.

In turn, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that President Vladimir Putin will report on the letter Dading.