“His voice is similar, but I'm not sure.” Tsepovyaz's wife about new video on her husband’s life in colony 

“His voice is similar, but I'm not sure.” Tsepovyaz's wife about new video on her husband’s life in colony
Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz in the colony

In the new video, a male voice over tells about work at the colony's apiary.

The wife of Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, an active participant in the Kushchevskaya Tsapkov's gang, commented on a video published yesterday with new footage of the life of a convicted husband, REN TV reports.

A new video about the life of the member of Tsapkov gang, Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, in the correctional camp No. 3 (IK-3) of the Amur region was published by user Sergey Perin, who had previously posted photos and videos about the criminal on the Web. In the video, a man conducts a tour of the apiary. According to Perin, the voice belongs to Tsepovyaz himself. Tsepovyaz’s lawyers, Roman Bokov and Elbrus Murtazov, had previously said that their client had worked in a colony at an apiary.

According to his wife, the voice on the published video really resembles the voice of Tsepovyaz. However, she is not completely sure that he is behind the scenes.

“I watched it; the voice is similar, but I’m not sure. I cannot say for 100%," the woman said.

Recall that a prisoner sentenced in 2013 to 20 years of imprisonment on charges of involvement in numerous murders, robberies, rape, embezzlement and other crimes committed by the Tsapkovskaya organized crime group, Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, in November 2018 became the hero of a scandal when photos appeared on the Internet, on which he fries kebabs and eats crabs, red caviar in the colony, talks using his personal mobile phone and rests in the company of his friends in the room for psychological relief with a fresh renovation. After the resonance, the leadership of the colony, which was accused of easing the regime for Tsepovyaz, was brought to justice, and some employees of IK-3 were fired.

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