The human rights activist did not see anything wrong in the kebab on the table prisoner

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Photo: Andrew Lukovskiy / “Kommersant”

The Council on human rights (HRC) under the President of Russia will study the situation in the colony, which contains dined crabs a member of a gang “tsapkov” Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz. On Thursday, November 8, “Interfax” said the head of the Commission the HRC on the promotion of the Public Supervisory commissions and the reform of the penitentiary system Andrei Babushkin.

According to human rights activist, a privileged position in the colony can be obtained by legal means. “If people honestly working on the production, implement the instructions of the administration, is preparing for the release, I see nothing wrong in that from him came the kebab. Prison is not necessarily the suffering and oppression of the human condition, it is, first and foremost, preparations for freedom,” said grandma.

He also noted that prisoners on normal and relaxed conditions of detention are entitled to additional services, including ordering food from the restaurant. Therefore, he said, “pizza or mussels in the hands of the prisoners” do not necessarily indicate corruption.

In October appeared in the press photos that Tsepovyaz pictured during a lunch with crabs, red caviar and kebabs. The Federal service of execution of punishments said that the pictures were taken in 2015.

A member of the HRC also noted that by results of check were punished by some prison staff and the convicted now contain “in the most severe conditions”.

Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, a member of the gang Sergei Hoe, which operated on the territory of Krasnodar region in 1990-2000-ies. In the framework of the anti-crime campaign after the mass murder of 12 people in stanitsa Kushchevskaya criminal group was revealed. Its leaders were sentenced to life imprisonment, other members of the gang, including Tsepovyaz, was sentenced to a term of 20 years.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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