Police checks information on tortures of detainee in Department of Internal Affairs in Bronnitsy
The man declared that police officers were beating out recognition from him with bludgeons and stun gun.
Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) in the Moscow region carries out service check after the emergence of information on tortures of the man detained by police officers in Bronnitsy. The press service of the Administration of MIA for the region reports about it.
By results of check the decision will be made according to the legislation, representatives of the department noted.
Earlier on Friday, August 18, information appeared in Mash Telegram-channel, saying that 32-year-old Sergey Nalivkin suffered from actions of police officers in Bronnitsy situated near Moscow. Law enforcement authorities detained him on August 5, during the celebration of the City Day – the man was drinking alcoholic drinks in the public place.
After that, the detainee was brought to the Administration of Internal Affairs where, according to him, he was tortured with a stun gun, beaten by bludgeons with a request to admit participation in a series of thefts and robberies made in Ramensky district. Despite tortures, Sergey Nalivkin did not confess to anything and was released. After filming the beatings, - he has four broken ribs, hematomas, bruises, and burns, - he wrote applications to the Investigative Committee and Administration of Internal Safety.
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