In the Kovel colony for juvenile prisoners beaten and drugged.
The film crew showed the labour of convicts teen in cold production workshop falsification by workers of a colony of documents, harassment of senior “prisoners” over the Junior at the direction of the guards. In the colony there are “activists” who call “the hill”. Prisoners described the beating of hands and feet, demonstrative punishments, and the large “executioner” they call prison doctor, who injects them into the body a potent drug, after which the teenager cannot eat and walk properly.
“This drug is pricked when excited and emotional disorders. Dose prickly according to the testimony,” explained the prison doctor Lieutenant Vladimir Oolitic.
The galoperedola is a potent psychotropic drug. In the special clinics it calm violent patients.
“This is a real torture. This drug really affect a healthy person. The vessels constrict, begins to twist arms. The person becomes inadequate. It is a crime,” said human rights activist Andrei Didenko.
When the prison doctor says, it allows you to do manual.
When the prisoner “breaks”, then it hung on the door of the lockup.
“Re such totalitarian methods no one can”, says lawyer Ivan Liberman.
Seven prisoners Kovel colony agreed to testify. Journalists called the public Prosecutor and the police. However, it was found that persons relying juvenile inmates have long been known.
“How many times the Prosecutor came … Wrote the statements and he did not do anything” is evidence of the hopelessness of the convict Michael.
In the end, the Prosecutor’s office has opened two criminal proceedings on the fact of infliction of light bodily injuries and abuse of power. The Ministry of justice, which is subject to all the colonies, too, promised that the perpetrators will not cover.
Later it turned out that juvenile offenders can only work upon request and not more than four hours a day, receiving wages. In practice it turns out that in Kovel prisoners plow from morning till night, reminding the slaves.
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