Suschenko moved from solitary cell into cell for two, - lawyer

Source : 112 Ukraine

In a solitary confinement Sushchenko was transferred on April 24 "for security reasons"
21:19, 28 April 2018

Roman Tsymbalyuk

Illegally detained in Russia, Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushenko was transferred from a solitary cell. This was reported in Facebook by the lawyer of Sushchenko Mark Feygin.

"Sushchenko was again transferred from a solitary cell, where he was placed immediately after depriving me of my lawyer status, into a cell for two," he wrote.

According to Feygin, the transfer to the solitary dell was argued by "security interests".

We recall, April 24 Mark Feygin was stripped of the lawyer status.

The journalist  of Ukrinform agency Roman Suschenko was detained in Russia in late September 2016. He was accused of espionage. The lawyer stated that Sushchenko was threatened with a 20-year prison sentence if he did not admit his guilt. Ukraine repeatedly appealed to the Russian Federation with a demand to immediately release the journalist.

Related: Sushchenko did not plead guilty in espionage; court suspends session until March 28

Related: Pre-trial hearing of Sushchenko’s case can take place in beginning of March, - advocate

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