“Sentsov’s lawyer, Dmitry Dinze, said that his condition has steadily worsened, resulting in “irreversible changes affecting the cardiovascular system, kidneys and liver.” He added that Sentsov is increasingly frail and finds it difficult to get up from his bed,” the news agency reads.
Ukrainian becomes weaker, it’s hard to get up out of bed for him, though the warders are feeding him with nutrient mixtures.
“He has faced a slow decay despite the supportive therapy,” Dinze stated.
Earlier, the chief doctor of the hospital threatened to tie Sentsov and stuff him with medicines and artificial nutrition.
Sentsov is on a hunger strike for 121 days already.
Recently, Sentsov’s lawyer stated on the deterioration of his condition. He has a very low hemoglobin, which led to anemia, as well as a very low pulse. Oleg has a bad heart, he was asked twice to be taken to a hospital.
However, the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in Yamalo-Nenets County claimed that the medical staff examines Sentsov on daily basis, and his condition is satisfactory. Furthermore, according to the lawyer of the political prisoner, the Chief Doctor of the Hospital in Labytnangi city was threatening Oleg Sentsov by tying up and drugging him with medicine and artificial nutrition.
Reportedly, earlier, Russian Ombudsman Tetiana Moskalkova claimed that Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov who is in Russian Labytnangi colony rejected the hospitalization due to the absence of illness and satisfactory conditions.