Prosecutor General's Office finds Tsapok’s gang member Tsepovyaz had personal grill and cell phone
The criminal in the colony was allowed extra dates and enjoyed relaxed supervision over himself.
The Prosecutor General's Office found that Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, a member of Tsapok’s gang, who is serving a prison sentence in the Amur Region, had a personal barbecue grill and cell phone. In addition, the perpetrator’s supervision was relaxed and he was allowed to have extra dates. The official representative of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Alexander Kurennoy, reported about this on Efir, the Internet channel of the department.
“He (Tsepovyaz) lived just like everyone who doesn’t fall under these categories, and sometimes even felt himself more comfortable than the other prisoners. [He] used items that were forbidden, including both the phone and grill,” Kurennoy said.
The inspection was launched by the supervisory department after high-profile publications with photos of Tsepovyaz from the colony. On them, the criminal ate crabs, caviar and kebabs. The prisoner himself assured that the images were photoshoped.