The Ministry of Internal Affairs put on the wanted list Sergei Savelyev, who handed over a video archive of torture in colonies to Gulagu.net

Sergei Savelyev, who handed over a video archive of torture in colonies to Gulagu.net, was put on the wanted list by the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs. This is reported by the human rights project in its Telegram channel, publishing the official response of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to the search request.

Instead of gratitude and the words “thank you” addressed to the whistleblower of the torture conveyor – a search and an attempt to arrest and return at any cost to Russia. The Russian security forces are exposing themselves and are trying to silence the man who helped the world learn about crimes against humanity and against humanity. 

The next step, reports Gulagu.net, of Russian law enforcement agencies will be to submit a request to Interpol.

Human rights activists also intend to appeal to Interpol and propose “to introduce a moratorium on the participation of the Russian Federation in this organization until the reform of the Federal Penitentiary Service and the entire investigative and judicial system and the termination of the use of torture conveyors against those arrested and convicted.” 

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Gulagu.net in early October published videos about torture, bullying and rape of prisoners in the tuberculosis hospital of the Federal Penitentiary Service in the Saratov region. The hospital’s management was dismissed, several criminal cases were initiated under articles of sexual assault and abuse of office. 

The recordings were handed over to Gulagu.net by Sergei Savelyev, who worked as an administrator of CCTV cameras at the tuberculosis hospital of the Federal Penitentiary Service in the Saratov Region, when he was serving a nine-year sentence on drug trafficking charges.

Savelyev left Russia and asked for political asylum in France.

(C)MEDUZA 2021

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