According to the author of the video, prisoners are outraged that one of the sentenced was beaten by the guards.
April 22 prisoners of a corrective colony No. 14, located in the town of Toguchin in the Novosibirsk region of the Russian Federation, staged riots and knocked down a metal fence. Posted by pablik “Novosibirsk service of evacuation, “AST-54″” with reference to eyewitnesses.
According to the author of the video, prisoners are outraged that one of the sentenced was beaten by the guards. It is noted that this man enjoys authority among prisoners.
After that, FSIN management across the Novosibirsk region issued a statement in which he said that “no riot in the prison was not.” According to the staff one of the convicts held in the punishment cell, refused to proceed in the squad of strict conditions of serving the sentence and started to cry, the guards beat him, agitating prisoners to riot.
“After conducting individual interviews with Agency staff with the convicts, he proceeded to unit No. 8, but on the way to SWAN (the squad of strict conditions of serving of punishment — approx. Ed.) he began to shout that the staff were abusing him and encourage other prisoners to the illegal actions. This information was not true, but on hearing the cries, the group is negatively characterized convicted persons began to shake the fence of the local sector, with the result that it was damaged,” – said in a statement, the management of the Federal penitentiary service across the Novosibirsk region.
Prison staff stressed that the broken fence was not a release from the prison, but only divided the territory within the colony. After the incident, prisoners were held in preventive work.
By results of check in the penal colony, the Investigative Committee for the Novosibirsk region opened a criminal case under part 2 of article 321 of the criminal code (disorganization of the institutions providing the isolation from society). In this article, Vasilyev could face up to five years imprisonment.
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