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Members of the Public oversight Commission (POC) was forbidden to communicate in the detention facility “Crosses” with one of the defendants in the case about the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg metro. On Saturday, April 20, wrote in Facebook Jan Teplitskaia, who was present at the conversation.
Human rights activists talked to Abror Azimov. According to PMC members, he told how he was tortured in jail, when the prison officials interrupted the conversation. They explained that the subject of communication is not relevant, and sent the visitors out.
Asimov, according to the Teplice stated that was attached to the wire, threatened to change the handcuffs to the shackles with the words “USA” and chained to the pipe.
Prison officials later clarified that interrupted not the conversation, and visits, but the new refused. Human rights activists were going to speak with several other detainees, but I couldn’t.
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