Former police officer condemned of organizing riot in Perm’s Chusovsky district’s colony
The convicted used to work as a police officer; in 2014, he was sentenced to 10.5 years of imprisonment for extortion, robbery, and rape abuse.
Chusovsky court in Perm region has sentenced an inmate Mikhail Ariskin who is condemned of organizing riot in a correctional facility №37 to 1.5 years of imprisonment, reports Kommersant Prikamye.
The 30-year-old has been found guilty of item 1 of article 321 of the Criminal Code (Disorganisation of the Activity of Institutions Providing Isolation from Society).
According to the investigation theory published on the web site of the region’s directorate of the Investigative Committee, on August 18, the convict attempted to organize riotous disturbances in the colony’s sleeping area. For these reasons, the convict manhandled another inmate who cooperated with the colony’s authorities “in order to resist his correction and out of revenge.”
According to Kommersant Prikamye, former law-enforcement officers served their sentences in the correctional facility №37 in Chusovsky district. The convict used to work as a police officer; in 2014, he was sentenced to 10.5 years of imprisonment for extortion, robbery, and rape abuse.
The former law-enforcement officers learnt about the facility’s riot in August after Zhanna Tsvirka, a wife of one of the inmates, told about it. In her words, the inmates were not satisfied with the work of the colony’s authorities and demanded a meeting with the procurator. However, they were denied and sent to a punitive confinement.
The Federal Penal Correction Service contended that there was no riot in the colony - only three inmates who were out for scalps did not obey the demands of the correctional officers.
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