The condition of the Ukrainian Pavel Grib, sentenced in Russia to six years in prison for incitement to the terrorist act, is worsening, his lawyer Marina Dubrovina told MBH Media.
“I was with Pavel – the tests are getting worse, he passed biochemistry. Blood coagulation rates and the rest are getting worse. In addition to pills, there is no other medical care. He complains of headaches, there is a terrible heat in Rostov, and it is hard in the cell, ”she said.
Previously, Dubrovina told me that she was not allowed to visit her defendant in a detention center three times. He stated that Grib was still not provided with the medical care he needed. He suffers from chronic diseases – portal hypertension, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer.
Now Mushroom is located in SIZO-4 of Rostov-on-Don.
March 22, the court sentenced Grib to six years in prison, he was found guilty of assisting terrorism. The young man was detained on August 24, 2017 after meeting 11th grader Tatyana from Adler. He claims that he was detained in the Belarusian city of Gomel, but it is written in the materials of the criminal case that this happened in the Voronezh Region. Mushroom met a girl in VKontakte and in correspondence with her discussed the situation in Ukraine. From the page under the pseudonym Roman Shukhevych sent Tatiana links to blogs and accounts with photos of participants in the conflict in the Donbas, including Russian soldiers.
At the meeting with Tatiana they decided to lure the FSB officers in the Krasnodar Territory, who were studying the correspondence. His case was sent on July 3 to court. According to investigators, the young man urged Tatiana to hide an improvised explosive device at school, and during the prom to activate it. According to the investigation, Mushroom is a supporter of the extremist organization UNA-UNSO, which is banned in Russia. Mushroom himself did not admit guilt.
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