Prosecutor's Office called valid refusal to initiate criminal proceedings following Dadin's complaints
The media have published an activist’s letter, in which he told of torture in the Karelian colonies.
The Prosecutor's Office acknowledged the legitimate the Karelian ICR refusal to open a criminal case after Ildar Dadin’s complaints of torture. Interfax reports referring to First Deputy Prosecutor of the Republic Eduard Gusakov.
Previously, the CrimeRussia wrote that a criminal case was initiated upon false denunciation against second prisoner Koba Shurgaya, who reported on torture in the IK-7 in Karelia.
About tortures in the IK-7 Ildar Dadin, the Russian first convicted of multiple violations of the law on rallies, wrote in the autumn of 2016. Dadin’s letter, in which he told of torture and abuse in the IK-7, was published in early November by Meduza. After Dadin several current and former prisoners from the IK-7 reported of torture.
The FSIN stated that no traces of beatings not found, the ICR found no irregularities during the pre-investigation checks.
In early December, Dadin was transferred from the IK-7 to IK-5 in the Altai.
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