In the FPS told the details of the mass fight in Omsk colony

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The instigators of the mass brawl in the penal colony №6 UFSIN of Russia across the Omsk region demanded cell phones, free movement on the territory of the colony and release from penal insulators offenders of the regime, said on Sunday the FPS.

According to authorities, the evening of 6 October 2018 a group of convicts tried to persuade him to revolt the other prisoners, resulting in between them and a fight ensued. The personnel of the institutions were alerted. All of the victims were given medical care. According to the UK, in the fight suffered more than 20 people. A criminal case under article of the criminal code «disorganization of activity of institutions providing isolation from a society».

«Negative-minded convicts continued to put forward illegal requirements, namely, have requested the use of cell phones, to provide free movement on the territory of the colony, the penalty to open the insulators and release all violators of the detention regime», — stated in the message.

The office noted that there had been a special operation and active protesters were isolated from the rest. According to authorities, the weapon and special means is not applied. The RAID took camera companies.

In the FPS told the details of the mass fight in Omsk colony© RIA Novosti / Maxim Bonavolta and thieves. As the young killers live in jail

«At present, the instigators of the riots are isolated from the main mass of prisoners. They conducted investigative actions for establishment of involvement in the riots, and the denunciation of leaders calling for the rebellions. The situation unit is under control», — noted in the FPS.

In the work of the operational headquarters for the incident attended by the representative of the Omsk region on human rights and members of the Public monitoring Commission of the Omsk region.

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