The team of the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny named the employees of IK-6 in the village of Melehovo in the Vladimir region, because of which the politician is constantly sent to the ShIZO.
“A real prison has been set up for him there. It is there that, since August 2022, Alexei has been kept in a ShIZO – in a cell two by three meters, where conditions are unbearable. They send him there for various far-fetched reasons in order to isolate him from the outside world and break him,” stated in the material.
The head of the colony is Colonel Dmitry Yuryevich Nozhkin. “The man receives messages from Moscow from his superiors and holds regular meetings with his subordinates in Melehovo with one single topic – how to worsen the life of Putin’s main enemy,” the investigators say.
Navalny’s team accidentally found his number on a dating site, where he and his wife are allegedly looking for partners, as well as Marina, a hairdresser, with whom Nozhkin “calls up very often.” According to investigators, there were 213 phone calls between Marina and Dmitry in three months.
Close relations with Dmitry Nozhkin during a telephone conversation were confirmed by Marina herself, who was called by Dmitry Nizovtsev and introduced himself as a representative of the internal security department of the Federal Penitentiary Service. He asked the woman to come on Monday because of the investigation into Nozhkin, and also not to tell him about the call. In response, Marina said: “I can’t help but say, because he is such a close person to me that I probably don’t know to hide these moments from him, it would be wrong in relation to him.”
“Are you people at all?” Alexei Navalny is sick with the flu in the ShIZO without the opportunity to lie down:
Another employee is Yury Alexandrovich Fomin, deputy for security and correctional work in the colony. According to investigators, he declares income of one million rubles every year, but in 2020 he bought a BMW X5 worth from 3.5 million rubles. The declaration says that he bought it at the expense of savings. Father-in-law Fomin’s brother is a member of United Russia.
Lieutenant Mikhail Alekseevich Neimovich is the author of most of the reports compiled on Navalny. “It is very important to address him by his first name and patronymic, because otherwise Mr. Neimovich is very offended. It is for this that Navalny formally thundered in the ShIZO for the seventh time,” the investigators note. “Mikhail Alekseevich is a person whom the leadership assigned personally to Navalny. He follows Alexei’s every move and spends all his time composing offenses on Alexei’s part.”
Also in the video are the names of nine members of the commission who vote on sending the politician to a pre-trial detention center. It includes Captain Sinyukhin Danila Andreevich, Lieutenant Colonel Makorin Dmitry Ivanovich, Major Gorshkov Anatoly Alekseevich, Captain Morkovkin Nikolai Nikolaevich, Captain Markeev Artem Alekseevich, Major Vukolov Roman Lvovich, Major Polishchuk Vladimir Mikhailovich, Major Balashova Svetlana Vladimirovna and Lieutenant Shvetsova Daria Pavlovna.
On August 20, 2020, Navalny became ill on the plane, which made an emergency landing in Omsk because of this. In the Omsk hospital, the politician was put into a coma, later the Bundeswehr laboratory and experts from France and Sweden established that Navalny had been poisoned with Novichok, a nerve agent.
Navalny, after treatment in Berlin, returned to Russia, he was detained right at the airport. He was first replaced from probation to a real term in the Yves Rocher case, and then tried in the case of libel against a veteran (sentenced to a fine) and in the case of fraud and insulting a judge (sentenced to nine years in prison).
In the summer of 2022, he was transferred from a general regime colony in Pokrov to a strict regime colony in Melekhovo. There, Navalny created a trade union of prisoners and employees of the colonies. In November, he was transferred to a cell-type room. The term of detention in it does not exceed six months. During their stay there, convicts are allowed one visit every six months, one package every six months, walks for an hour and a half once a day. In total, during his stay in the colony, he was sent to the ShIZO 11 times. The last time was because he “misrepresented himself”.
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