Regime tightened for Zaur Dadaev condemned for Nemtsov’s murder
After leaving the punitive confinement of Irkutsk IK-3, Dadaev was announced to be sentenced to a year of imprisonment in a cell type room in another colony. According to the source, in this way the investigation tries to get new testimony in the case of the murder of Boris Nemtsov from the convict.
Sentenced for the murder of the politician Boris Nemtsov to 20 years of strict regime, Zaur Dadaev got the prison regime tightened, Rosbalt reports.
Immediately after leaving the penalty cell, where he was due to another violation of the regime, Dadaev was announced to be put to a cell type room for a year, which is usually used against regime violators, as well as to "break" prisoners, and in particular, thieves in law, who do not obey orders in the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) system.
From the correctional colony No. 3 in the Irkutsk region, Dadaev will be sent to another IK, which is located near Angarsk.
The decision was made after the lawyers of the prisoner filed a complaint with the prosecutor's office against the actions of the colony's leadership. According to the defenders, in IK-3, Dadaev was punished constantly, he almost did not leave the penalty confinement. And when the prisoner declared hunger-strikes, the IK stubbornly denied the facts of their conduction.
Zaur Dadaev previously held several hunger strikes. The next to last was in July because of his punishment and sending him to punitive confinement for the fact that the prisoner "looked at the sky without a hat." The administration of the IK then refused to recognize the fact of the hunger strike.
At the end of August, he was put in punitive confinement for seven days for violating uniform rules. On the dashcam, the convict announced that he refused to eat food, water, and also use the mattress. After that, they had to call a doctor to determine the condition of the hungry. However, this was not done and after the punitive confinement, Dadaev was immediately sent to the cell type room.
The source of the agency says that the FSIN does not hide that they expect Dadaev to be more compliant and answer the questions about the murder of Nemtsov and not only in the new place of detention. The source of Rosbalt noted that Dadaev was also asked questions about the leaders of Chechnya.
Earlier, Rosbalt reported that the conflict between the convict and the administration of the colony worsened after Dadaev refused to undergo a polygraph test.
The model of pressure on Dadaev was earlier tested on other convicts in the same case, such as Khamzat Bakhayev, serving time in Kirov-Chepetsk IK-11. Bakhaev also initially refused to be interrogated on the polygraph, but after two-time placement in punitive confinement, he changed his decision. In addition to him, Anzor Gubashev receiver a year in strict conditions for refusing to interrogation with a polygraph. According to sources of the agency, Shadid Gubashev is also subjected to pressure from the colony's employees.
Earlier it was reported that the FSB and the ICR again returned to the investigation of the murder of Boris Nemtsov, in which there are still many ambiguities. So, the investigation failed to establish where was the gun, from which the politician was shot. Also, it is not completely clear who is the customer of the crime. As the organizer of the crime, Ruslan Mukhudinov was declared wanted, but there are big doubts that he planned the shooting of the politician. Ruslan Geremeev remains in the case as a witness, but he was never interrogated. In this regard, investigators allegedly seek additional testimony from convicted murderers, both voluntarily and under pressure. According to Rosbalt, in fact, prisoners are being investigated for questions that were not answered during the investigation.
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