Ukrainian film Director Oleg Sentsov who has been illegally held in detention in Russia, wrote that the end was near. His words gave the sister of the political prisoner Natalia Kaplan on the page in Facebook.
“It’s not just bad, all the catastrophically bad. Oleg me through the lawyer handed over the letter, he almost stands up. He wrote that the end was near, and he’s not about liberation. Asked asked if anyone else his hunger strike, they won’t deliver emails, no! Says he is now in an information vacuum and do not know what’s going on,” wrote Natalie Kaplan.
According to her, the European court of human rights insists on the transfer to a civilian hospital closer to his residence.
“Oleg refused, saying he just won’t survive the stage, and in the civil hospital in Labytnangi, where he was admitted to intensive care, of him being bullied even more than in prison. I have no idea what else to do and how to get him out,” added sister of the Director.
Recall that Sentsov and Kolchenko was detained by Russian law enforcement in Crimea in may 2014. In August 2015 the North Caucasus district military court in Rostov-on-don sentenced. to 20 years and Kolchenko – to 10 years in prison. They are accused of terrorist activities.
On may 14 of this year, Oleg Sentsov was on a hunger strike to demand the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners, who are in Russian prisons. Today, August 8, continuing the 87th day of his hunger strike.
The lawyer Sentsov said about the deterioration of his condition: he strongly decreased hemoglobin, leading to anemia, and very low pulse. Oleg bad heart, and twice tried to persuade to go to the hospital.
However, the Federal service of execution of punishments of the Russian Federation for Yamalo-Nenets district said that health workers visiting daily Sentsov and his health condition is satisfactory. In addition, according to the lawyer of the political prisoner, the chief physician of hospital in the Russian town of Labytnangi threatened Oleg Sentsov to tie it up and force stuffed with medicines and artificial nutrition.