Allegedly poisoned Pussy Riot’s member Verzilov keeps repeating about arrest of Sechin while half-asleep
News website Mediazona founder feels better, but symptoms of poisoning are still present.
According to Reuters, Pussy Riot’s member and news website Mediazona founder Pyotr Verzilov feels better, but symptoms of poisoning are still present, but his eyesight did not come back yet; he cannot hear and does not have the ability to pace himself.
Moreover, he is often delirious, as was told by his ex-partner wife and ex-member of Pussy Riot Nadezhda Tolokonnikova. In her words, recently in his nightmare, he kept repeating about the arrest of Rosneft head Igor Sechin.
“When he is asked by the doctor to touch his nose with his pointer finger with eyes closed, tired of medical examinations and already sleepy Petya shouts that “this is all complicated because of the recent arrest of Igor Ivanovich Sechin.” Tolokonnikova posted on her Twitter adding that nevertheless, Verzilov feels better in Berlin.
As was reported earlier by CrimeRussia, Mediazona founder Pyotr Verzilov was brought by the medical unit from Moscow to Germany’s capital city on account of organization Kino za mir on September, 15. Images of German paramedics preparing Verzilov for his transport to the hospital appeared in the network. On these images, Verzilov lies on the gurney with his eyes closed. 11-second-video of Verzilov in the plane also appeared.
Verzilov’s hospitalization was reported on September 11. Initially, he was taken to the toxico-intensive care unit of Moscow’s Bakhrushin Hospital in poor condition. Then, he was transferred to the resuscitation department of the Sklifosovsky Institute.
Verzilov’s relatives told that doctors in Bakhrushin Hospital thought he had got poisoning with medicines. In Sklifosovsky Institute, no toxic substances were found in his body. His relatives told - according to the doctors that he could have been poisoned with anticholinergic medicine, and it was a hundred percent not by choice.
According to 112 Telegram-channel, Verzilov was diagnosed with an acute polymorphic psychosis occurred because of high emotional stress. He was taken to the hospital soon after the court proceedings where the administrative case against his girlfriend was being taken on.
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