MOSCOW, March 3 – RIA Novosti. In the accounts of Alexei Navalny in social networks, there were messages that he was in pre-trial detention center-3 “Kolchugino” in the Vladimir region.
According to the established practice, before being transferred to a colony at the place of serving their sentence, convicts are placed in a pre-trial detention center in quarantine. On Sunday, the executive secretary of the Moscow POC, Alexei Melnikov, said that Navalny was taken to a correctional colony in the Vladimir region, without specifying which one. According to the verdict of the court, Navalny will end up in a general regime colony, there are two of them in the region: No. 2 in the city of Pokrov and No. 5 in Vladimir. In the colonies, RIA Novosti stated that so far they have no information about the delivery of Navalny.
“Hello, this is still Navalny! But not from the” Kremlin Central “, but from SIZO-3” Kolchugino “in the Vladimir region … I have not received letters yet and I know even less about what is happening in the outside world than when I was in Moscow “, – reported, in particular, on his page in Instagram.
In turn, lawyer Vadim Kobzev said that Navalny is in a quarantine cell in complete isolation, with two people with him.
“Alexei Navalny is in a quarantine cell. There are two people in his cell. He is in complete isolation, he does not receive letters, the FSIN-Letter is disabled for the entire detention center. There is nothing in the cell except a TV. There is no refrigerator, not even a kettle,” he wrote he's on Twitter.
On February 25, his lawyer Vadim Kobzev told RIA Novosti that Navalny was transported from the special block of the Moscow SIZO-1 “Matrosskaya Tishina”. Where exactly Navalny was sent, the defenders were not told.
On February 2, the Simonovsky Court of Moscow ruled to cancel Navalny's suspended sentence in the Yves Rocher case and replace him with 3.5 years in a general regime colony. The FSIN insisted on this – according to the department, he repeatedly violated the conditions of the probationary period and was put on the wanted list before his arrest.
The Yves Rocher case was initiated by the Investigative Committee at the request of the then head of the company's representative office in Russia, French citizen Bruno Leproux. As the court established, Navalny and his brother Oleg tricked the representatives of Yves Rocher into concluding an agreement on mail transportation with the Glavnaya Subscription Agency company, which they had created. Services, according to the verdict, were provided at inflated rates and by another transport company. The total damage, according to the RF IC, exceeded 30 million rubles: 26 million were stolen from Yves Rocher, the rest from the Interregional Processing Company, which, according to the investigation, became another object of fraud.