Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia found a remand prison’s employee, who comforted imprisoners
Earlier, it was announced that Said Yamadayev has unusual liberties for a prisoner.
An inspection of confinement conditions of prisoners in demand prison No. 10 of the around Moscow city Mozhaysk showed violations. Prohibited products, items and means of cellular communication were withdrawn from one of the cell. During the cell’s search, headsets for mobile phones, flash cards and a smartphone were found. On preliminary interrogation the employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service (FPS) admitted that he repeatedly handed the forbidden objects to defendants.
It should be reminded that the FPS Administration began inspection of confinement regime in around Moscow remand prisons after publication of photos from social pages of arrested Said-Hussein Yamadayev, who remains in custody in Mozhaysk remand prison. The photo of a 25-year son of decedent hero of Russia shows that in his cell, Yamadayev has a fridge, plasma panel, and products and drinks, which are forbidden for prisoners.
The materials over the case were transferred to the investigative bodies for adoption of the proceeding decision concerning the worker of the remand prison No. 10.
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