Tambov resident died after being detained by private security
Denisov's relatives are confident that the real cause of death was injuries from beatings.
A resident of Tambov, Gennady Denisov, died after being detained by officers of the private security of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. As the cause of death, doctors have indicated brain edema. The Dozhd TV channel reports this.
Denisov was arrested for being drunk in a public place. Private security officers took Denisov to the police station, where he spent the whole night in a cell. The video from the ward installed in the unit clarifies that the man walks around the cell, then he finds himself in the blind spot, after which he returns semiflexed and falls off the bench. Denisov's relatives are confident that the real cause of death was injuries from the beatings of private security officers.
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