Nikita Belykh sent back to Lefortovo after treatment in Matrosskaya Tishina
In Matrosskaya Tishina, the former Governor of the Kirov region has been treated by the same doctors as Nadezhda Savchenko.
After his health improved markedly, the former officer was sent back to the Lefortovo detention center. At the same time, he wanted to stay in the hospital a little longer, claiming he was out of the wood.
Specialists of the Moscow Public Monitoring Commission have also noted significant changes in Belykh's health; he regularly complained of pain in the leg and feeling unwell while in Lefortovo, and felt better once in Matrosskaya Tishina.
In the prison clinic, Nikita Belykh has been undergoing treatment in a special cell ward. It was where aviatress from Ukraine Nadezhda Savchenko was treated at the time. There has been another prisoner patient in Belykh's ward.
During the treatment course, Belykh noted that the therapy chosen by civil doctors was having beneficial effects on his health. By the way, there are doctors from the best Moscow hospitals in Matrosskaya Tishina.
During his stay at the clinic, Nikita Belykh was examined by an endocrinologist, a phlebologist, a surgeon, and a neurologist.
Meanwhile, according to human rights defenders, it is the hospital environment itself that might have been beneficial for Belykh's health. It is not as gloomy there, and the regime is not as tough.
February 23, Nikita Belykh was back in Lefortovo. Now his friends and family are worried that the atmosphere in the remand prison may be bad for his health.
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