"Society must know the truth.” Author of another Tsepovyaz’s video explains his motives for posting video
Sergey Perin says all inmate’s pictures are real and have their geodata and date when they were taken.
Author of another video of Tsepovyaz who is condemned for mass murders in a village of Kushchevskaya says the reason he posted the video is because he believes “the society must know the truth,” reports RIA Novosti. Two collections of pictures of Tsepovyaz were posted on December 1 and 6. The author of the video states the pictures were taken between 2014 and 2017. The video shows Tsepovyaz and his friends at an outdoor summerhouse during their feast in a high-end cell, near a fish bawl, wearing a hockey kit and talking on the phone. Sergey Perin says all inmate’s pictures are real and have their geodata and date when they were taken.
Sergey Perin is indicated as the author of the channel. When asked by the news agency’s representative where he took these pictures from, he answered that “it is dangerous to answer this kind of questions.” With that, he did not specify if his name was real.
It had been earlier reported that head of directorate of the Federal Service for Corrections in Amur region and other prison’s employees had been held accountable following the inspection carried out after pictures of an active member of Tsapok organized crime group Viacheslav Tsepovyaz were posted on the web. The inspection is ongoing in the criminal case.
Krasnodar regional court sentenced Viacheslav Tsepovyaz to 20 years of imprisonment for murder of 12 persons in the village of Kushchevskaya in autumn, 2010. In 2014, Russia’s Supreme Court lowered his sentence for 2 months. Sergey Tsapok was sentenced to life in prison, but in July, 2014, was found dead in the remand prison.
The Investigations Directorate in the Leningrad Region of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR) is going through turbulent times. After an unexpected replacement of the supreme command, the winds of change started blowing. Colonel of justice Pavel Vymenets, the new acting head of the agency, launched personnel reshuffles. According to sources, all means are used to purge the ranks from corrupt officers, including collection of compromising materials and denunciations.