Mikhail Maksimenko loses memory and can hardly walk
Members of the Public Monitoring Commission visited the arrested employee of the Investigative Committee of Russia and became worried about his state of health.
Human rights activists from the Moscow Public Monitoring Commission again visited the arrested on suspicion of bribe taking the Head of the BIA ICR Mikhail Maksimenko in the pre-trial detention center Lefortovo, MK wrote.
A few days ago he was brought back from a psychiatric clinic of the pre-trial detention center Butyrka where, according to data of the Federal Penitentiary Service (FPS), he was surveyed and treated.
Meanwhile, members of the PMC declare that condition of the high-ranking officer of the Investigative Committee has considerably worsened for these days. According to human rights activists, "he can hardly move his legs", speaks badly and unclear. As the newspaper wrote, Maksimenko agrees to eat only the food, which is passed to him from outside.
The prisoner began to lose his memory, members of the PMC say. He could not remember that they had visited him in hospital a few days ago.
According to human rights activists, they have submitted a petition for carrying out MRI to the arrested, as in their opinion, he needs an urgent treatment.
To recall, the head of department of interdepartmental interaction and own safety of Investigative committee is under arrest since July 19. Together with other high-ranking officers of the ICR, Denis Nikandrov and Aleksander Lamonov, he is incriminated bribe taking on especially large scale from the code-bound criminal Shakro Molodoy (Shakro Young) for assistance in release from custody his helper Andrey Kochuykov, known as the Italian.
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