Kokorin and Mamayev regret their behavior
Arrestees are placed in the new Butyrka building with more comfortable conditions.
Arrested footballers Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamayev repent and regret their behavior. Life magazine quotes the Secretary of the PMC, Ivan Melnikov.
According to him, athletes understand that they have to atone for the crimes. Both of those arrested are placed in the new Butyrka building with more comfortable conditions. However, there are no complaints about the detention. According to the PMC employee, they understand that "this is not in a sanatorium."
Melnikov said that Mamayev bears the arrest harder than Kokorin. However, the latter is worried about his brother, who is also arrested and is put in the next cell. All three are living in different wards. They read books, watch TV, and walk. There are gyms where both players are ready to attend.
Melnikov noted that the arrest is a rare restraint measure to persons accused under the Hooliganism article.
Recall, the players were arrested by the Tversky court of the capital until December 8. They are charged with Hooliganism and Battery for beating two Moscow officials and the driver of the Channel One TV host. The Hooliganism article provides for up to 7 years in a colony.
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