Starving in jail Shestun was accused of receiving 27 pounds of food


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The former head of the Serpukhov district of the Moscow region Alexander Shestun, who said as if he is holding a hunger strike in jail, got for the month from the family of almost 27 kg of food. On Tuesday, may 7, RIA Novosti reported with reference to the Prosecutor Stepan Tukavkina.

The Prosecutor’s office requested the prison, which contains Shestun, information about the programs and found that from March 19 to April 14, he received six assists, mostly with non-productive content, namely, cigarettes, clothing and coffee.

In parallel, according to the Prosecutor, the former official told the inmates that they received for food. Thus, for a specified period from his wife and daughter, he received the following product packages: prunes, dried apricots, carrots, cheese, chocolate bars and smoked sausage.

Advocates argue that Shestun starving for more than 80 days. However, the Prosecutor believes that, by spreading misinformation, the lawyers of the mitigation measure.

The former official participated in the meeting via video link from “Matrosskaya Tishina”, called the statement “a blatant lie”. The transfer of the inmate Shestun explained that because he is in the hospital because of the hunger strike and can not get out of the camera, it makes the other prisoner, for which he receives the products. In addition, the former official declared intention after may 9, to refuse the water.

Shestun was arrested in June 2018. He is accused of excess of powers of office with causing of a damage in especially large size and bribery. The former official alleges that he was falsely accused.

The Prosecutor General’s office 15 Jan announced that he found Shestun property for 10 billion rubles, including 676 properties, most of which were decorated in their company. Later he found the property for another 425 million rubles

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