Alexei Navalny said that he was not allowed to eat food he bought himself in the colony's canteen (every prisoner has the right to buy food in addition to the mandatory ration). Formally, Navalny has the right to buy additional food for 5,000 rubles a month, but these products never reach him.
According to the rules of the colony, prisoners must buy food a month in advance. If a prisoner cannot receive the food he has bought (for example, if he has gone on a long visit or sent to a ShIZO), then he writes a statement, and it is not prepared for him, and the money for food is returned. However, now, instead of this rule, another rule has begun to operate, writes Navalny, the products are destroyed, having previously shown them to the prisoner, who does not have the right to receive them.
“According to the new rules, those in the ShIZO must still receive food, but they are not given it, they are simply shown, and then thrown away due to the expiration date.
It looks like this. The door opens. There is a cop with a package: “Navalny, get the purchased products. So, boiled eggs, sign. We throw them away, they expire. Look, you still have potatoes and rice. We recycle. Tomorrow will be spoiled. OU! Is that your bun? Did you buy for a holiday? You live splendidly. Sign here for getting a bun, and here for destroying it. Perishable product!”
I take my hat off to whoever came up with this. You didn’t just spend all the money and get nothing, but you also looked at the food you didn’t get.”
Earlier it became known that they were preparing to initiate a new criminal case against Navalny after a provocation with a cellmate, his lawyer Vadim Kobzev said.
On April 11 , it was reported that Navalny was sent to the ShIZO for 15 days for the 13th time.