Ildar Dading (photos facebook.com/ildar.dadin)
In Russia, opposition activist Ildar Dading, which was recently released, told the details of the stay in the colony. About it reports DW.
“From 7.30 am to 8 am was the cleaning. And you can’t quickly get out and stand while the time of harvest is not over. You need to take a rag and again something rubbing, re-MOP the floor. I asked: how do you know about the end? Hours in the colony no. I said, but as “lube” will begin. Morning and evening on each test included a group of “lube”. Jingoistic songs. I just had the feeling that the employees of the FSIN itself, so set up that they are struggling with evil, beat criminals, held in the morning on these cameras, they have a dangerous job,” – said Dading.
He added that perhaps the soundtrack matched so that employees feel that they are the good that fights evil. “It is hard for them, but they will overcome. I’m sure they think they are good. They understand, chances are that they are doing evil, but they need to convince themselves that they are doing right,” said Dading.
According to him, on the working days included radio.
“Books of the first 40 days was not. Then came some human rights activist and I was asked to use the library. In fact, the librarian should enter the cell at least once a week, but to me nobody came. He was basically some stupid fantasy,” said Dading.
Answering the question about what it means that he was after torture “broke”, Dading said, “Agreed to fulfill all the requirements of the authorities. Ceased to fight for their rights has never complained, signed without looking, all penalties on the basis of which I extended strict conditions”.
According to Dading, he was accused that he allegedly spoke slang words “cops” and “the gruel”, argued with his superiors, refused to eat, got up to 4 minutes after the call.
“Everything is a lie. For example, I never say “cops”. I could say, “bastards”, “bastards”, “fascists”, you can check on the DVRs,” added Dading.
26 Feb Dading left
the colony of Rubtsovsk in the Altai region.
He was the first Russian convicted under the new article 212.1 of the criminal code of the repeated violation of the rules of holding mass events. In December 2015, the Basmanny district court of Moscow sentenced him to three years imprisonment. Then on appeal the sentence was mitigated to six months.