: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Abuse of Chechens and Ingush in Russian Prisons Creates Legions of Enemies

Sixteen years have passed since the start of the second Russian-Chechen war, but Chechen and Ingush detainees from various parts of the Russian Federation continue to cry out for help. In accordance with Russian law, the convicts are often sent to the farthest corners of the country to serve their sentences, most often to Siberia and the Russian Far East. This results in the convicts’ complete isolation from their families, who cannot afford to visit them even once a year. The Russian prison system is founded on the principles of the Soviet regime, which strived to break an individual’s will …read more

Source: The Jamestown Foundation

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