The leadership of IK No. 6 in the Vladimir region, where Alexei Navalny is located, forbade his lawyer to bring any papers to his client. This was announced by the oppositionist himself. Previously, Navalny was deprived of the right to look at any papers (and at the lawyer himself) by taping the glass in the meeting room. Now the defender will not even be able to read the documents, as they will be confiscated.
“Well, now, at the entrance to the colony, they took away all the papers that he was carrying from my lawyer, saying that now the administration of the colony will decide what is relevant to the criminal case and what is not. <...> In general, when I went completely to the bottom, they knocked from below and said: “Now we forbid you even to LISTEN to what is written in any documents.” I think my next post will be about the fact that I was brought to a lawyer's date with my mouth covered with duct tape. I really don't know how I'm going to dictate it. You can learn Morse code, but I can't figure out how to bang my head against the wall and make a dash."
On September 8, attorney-client privilege was canceled in relation to Navalny. All his incoming and outgoing lawyer documents began to be subjected to a three-day check. On September 7, he was transferred to the ShIZO for the fourth time for 15 days, allegedly because he was a “malicious violator”. He lost dates.
Earlier, relatives of prisoners serving time in colony IK No. 6 said that convicts were forbidden to even look at Navalny.