Shakro Molodoy’s henchman complains about detention facility not having Kultura TV channel
The Moscow Public Monitoring Commission right defendants visited Andrey Kochuykov, a crime lord also known as Italian, a henchman of Sharko Molodoy, in the Lefortovo pre-trial detention facility.
It was Dmitry Piskunov, a recently appointed the Public Monitoring Commission lawyer, who shared the information on his Facebook page.
Italian complained about his TV having only Rossiya-1 and NTV channels to Mr Piskunov. The detainee said he lacks classic movies from the Kultura channel a lot.
Moreover, Mr Kochuykov complained about his restroom: a fire bucket without bottom that “does not have anything in common with human anatomy. The detainee also complained about the need to do his business in front of his cellmates and guards, who peek in the cell door viewer every now and then.
To remind: Italian was arrested immediately after the bloody shooting that took place in December 2015 on Rochdelskaya street, Moscow. Eduard Budantsev, an attorney, killed two of his assistants.
Nikandrov, Maksimenko and Lamonov, high-ranking Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation employees, attempted freeing Mr Kochuykov, who was accused of vandalism after taking a bribe from Shakro Molodoy, by changing the article under which he is prosecuted to Arbitrariness. However, they ended up behind bars themselves. A criminal case against Kochuykov for allegedly violating part 2 of Art. 210 of the Russian Criminal Code (Participation in a Criminal Community) was initiated in August.
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