Human rights activists will again visit the colony, which contained Dading

Правозащитники еще раз посетят колонию, в которой содержался Дадин

The members of the Council for human rights intend to re-visit IK-7 in the Karelia Republic, where he was held convicted for violating the rules of holding rallies Ildar Dading, said the Chairman of the Council for development of civil society and human rights, adviser to the President of the Russian Federation Mikhail Fedotov.

“There’s such disturbing signals from this colony IK-7 in the Karelia Republic that there is violence, there humiliated human dignity of prisoners who are there — this is a very serious signals. So it is necessary to deal with this”, — said Fedotov told reporters.

“We’re still going. Maybe not once we go, because we are all interested in the fact that in prison it was the law that there are rules the law,” — said Fedotov.

Earlier wife Dading Anastasia Zotova on the social network Facebook reported that her husband tortured in prison, beaten and even threatened to kill. She claimed that the prison administration informed of developments and involved in the bullying. About their checks in this regard, said the FSIN, the UK and the office of the Ombudsman in Karelia. Late of the Federal penitentiary service reported that the civilian doctors who arrived in the Karelian colony No. 7, did not find traces of beatings and abuse on the body Dading. Deputy Director FSIN of Russia Valery Maksimenko has previously called the Dading “a very talented imitator”.

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