General Denis Sugrobov placed in punitive confinement for refusal to wash floors
"He was put into the good ward. And then he was immediately transferred to another and sent to SHIZO."
Former Head of the General Administration for Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption (GUEBiPK) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Denis Sugrobov was placed in the punitive confinement (SHIZO) for refusing to wash the floors, the guards forced him to do it. However, Rosbalt sources think there are other grounds.
So, according to one of the interlocutors of the edition, immediately after the termination of the quarantine in a new colony in Mordovia, Sugrobov did not get along with the guards. So, the prisoner was placed in SHIZO. The official pretext for this was the refusal to wash the floors.
The source is sure that the management of the colony is trying to put pressure on the General.
"He was put into the good ward. And then he was immediately transferred to another and sent to SHIZO. I think this is only the beginning of his difficulties. Why does he meet such difficulties? We'll find out when some operatives come to the IK with questions," the interlocutor suggests.
Recall that the transfer of Sugrobov from the Lefortovo jail to the colony for former law enforcement officers in the Ryazan region took place in early April. However, a month later, the General was transferred to Mordovia. The official ground was the detention of former Sugrobov’s subordinates in Ryazan, who gave testimony against him.
The Mordovian colony is mentioned in the media as a place where prisoners are "pressed." So, last year former employee of the Moscow RUBOP Sergey Khadzhikurbanov was convicted for the murder of Anna Politkovskaya, a Novaya Gazeta observer.
After a while, he was often taken in SHIZO, and then transferred to the strict conditions of detention. According to media reports, Khadzhikurbanov faced pressure from officers who tried to obtain confessions over the murder of Politkovskaya and journalist Paul Klebnikov.
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