Kokorin and Mamaev take turns washing jail toilets
The Butyrka head said that the athletes could clean their cells whenever they feel like it.
Sergey Telyatnikov, the head of the Butyrka detention facility, revealed the details of the prison life of the Zenit attacker Alexander Kokorin and the Krasnodar midfielder, Pavel Mamaev.
According to Telyatnikov, the players were moved to small cells for 2 to 4 people. They have the same cellmates that had been with them during their quarantine time; each player has one cellmate. The SIZO head stressed that Kokorin and Mamaev have not faced any extortions or threats; they take turns washing the toilets “whenever they feel like it.”
According to Telyatnikov, Kokorin’s cell is better, even exemplary. He has a VCR that he can use to talk to the duty officer if he needs anything.
Earlier, the court had rejected the appeals of Kokorin, his brother Kirill, Mamaev and their friend Alexander Protasovitsky. All of them will remain in the detention facility until December 8. The athletes are charged with hooliganism after they beat the driver of a Channel One host and a Trade Ministry official in the heart of Moscow.