In the largest facility of Rostov region starving 1,000 prisoners

In the Rostov region in Novocherkassk remand about 1 thousands of inmates staged a protest after checking their employees GUFSIN.
According to Life News, the commission seized from inmates prohibited items in their cells. This caused discontent among those under investigation. They began a hunger strike without an official announcement.

Insulator in Novocherkassk is one of the largest detention centers in Rostov Oblast. According to the agency, in the cells of many prisoners found and seized mobile phones, iron and glassware.

"We have come into the chamber staff GUFSIN and riot police - told one of the prisoners. - Among other things took color bedding and personal belongings. We rebelled.

In protest, 1,000 inmates refused to eat. To defuse the situation and explain the rebels of their rights in prison have left leadership of the regional GUFSIN and the police department, prosecutor's office.

"The situation is tense - commented in GUFSIN. - Can they refused to eat, but the official announcement about the hunger strike was not.Usually in such cases is written appeal to the prosecutor, hunger is placed in a separate room, being watched doctors. I ride them in any case is brought to leave at 2:00, and then taken away. The situation heated and relatives of the prisoners.



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