Politician Andrei Pivovarov said that he was sent to the ShIZO twice during his imprisonment. He wrote about this in a letter published by the Pivovarov Team Telegram channel.
According to Pivovarov, the first time he was sent to a punishment cell was when he was in a detention center in Petrozavodsk. For the second time already in the colony in Segezha. The reason for sending him to the ShIZO was that he took off his jacket while charging and put the camera away badly. “Until the first half of the term, I did not have a single reprimand, and then I immediately became an evil violator,” the politician wrote.
Now he is in the PKT at IK-7 in Segezha. Pivovarov said that he does not have any personal belongings with him, the bed on which he sleeps is fastened to the wall from 5 am to 9 pm, and a pen is given “on schedule”. According to the politician, he is “kept in a complete information vacuum”: there is no TV in the PKT, only the radio from which music plays works.
In February, it became known that Pivovarov was transferred to IK-7, where he was immediately sent to the PKT until April 30.
In July, the ex-director of Open Russia, Pivovarov, was sentenced to four years in prison under an article about leading an "unwanted" organization. In addition, for eight years he was forbidden to engage in social and political activities, including using the Internet.