Activist Konstantin Kotov, who is serving a sentence for “Dudinsky article”, placed in the colony to a penal insulator (SHIZO). The reason was that he was not greeted with a prison officer, reported to media by his lawyer Maria Eismont.
According to Eismont, the time of the incident the Cats greeted in the officer at least twice in the same day and “didn’t immediately realize” that you need to do it again. As a result, he got 10 days of a penal cell.
As the lawyer said, Cats reported that in the cooler he is well fed, bring to daily half-hour walk and also got to read a book Jane Austen’s “Pride and prejudice”.
Recall, Cats serving time in 1.5 years in a penal colony on the article about repeated violation of the rules of holding public events.
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