Hennadii Afanasiev: Guantanamo of the size of Russia
Roman Sushchenko has already been taken away all his personal belongings, including underwear. Instead, the Kremlin hostage has received blue ragged overalls. The guilt of the prisoner is not yet proven, but the obligation to look like the culprit is already on hand.
What awaits him in Lefortovo jail? Life in the size of ‘three steps forward, three steps back.’ Two metal beds. And an unfenced toilet at the door, so that an eye-hole is good to see you. Welcome to the Russian ‘Dom Dva’ TV show.
Now his diet consists only of skilly, but I am sure that Roman could not care less.
Nothing except a mug and a plate. There is no possibility to change to normal clothes or to write a letter home. There is nothing. And there will be nothing because neither is there anyone to convey them to him nor has he means to buy them.
Already now, we have to gather warm clothes for Roman Sushchenko.
Already now, it is necessary to transfer money to the prisoner’s personal account in order to enable him to buy necessary things in a prison stall.
Already now, a Ukrainian should sit down and write a letter with the words of support to Roman Sushchenko!
Sushchenko Roman Vladimirovich, born 1969,
Lefortovo remand prison #2, E20, postbox 201, 5 Lefortovskiy Val, Moscow 111020, Russia.
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