Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klyh, who is serving time in prison Verkhneuralsk in the Chelyabinsk region of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation, forced to sleep on the floor because the mattress provided for sleeping. This is stated in the certificate report of his Russian lawyer, Valery Kondratiev, which was published by the Russian human rights activist Tatyana Shchur in your Facebook.
According to the lawyer, Klychu issued a new mattress, but it is impossible to sleep due to the metal parts of the bed and because he is forced to continue to sleep on the floor. Because of this, the prisoner complains that he has lost his left shoulder and neck.
“Concerning wounds and sores on the body Klyh noted that they began to heal, scar. He showed protracted wound on the hand,” the report says.
Condrive reports that Klyh started buying products that, despite a spending limit per month and their high cost, need for his recovery and he even gained some weight.
Also the lawyer said that after the publication on Ukrainian television mestonahozhdeniya of Cliche, he began to receive letters of support, including from the United States.
“Klyh expressed their gratitude and recognition that about it remember that Ukraine is satisfied with the action, protests, voiced his problem in the media – and hopes for a speedy exchange and return to Ukraine,” writes the lawyer in the report.
Photo: Facebook/Tatiana Shchur
10 November it was reported that the state of health of the Ukrainian politzakliuchennogo in Russia Stanislav Cliche has deteriorated, he has been in a coma for six days.
In October 2016, Russian human rights activist Zoya Svetova reported that Cliche tortured during the arrest and during the preliminary investigation and it affected his mental health.
Klyh sentenced to 20 years in prison on charges of “crimes during the Chechen war.”