theLexi Navalny, one of the most well-known opponents of Vladimir Putin’s regime, who is serving an 11-and-a-half-year prison sentence for fraud, among other charges, on Monday complained about Back pain that resulted from the application of solitary confinement by the Russian authoritiesin what it claims to be A strategy to deliberately worsen your health🇧🇷
“I have a problem with my spine. It’s clear what needs to be done to make the problem worse: keep me as still as possible,” Navalny charged on Twitter, shooting: “See how the system works when you are not allowed to hit someone, but your superiors tell you to hurt them.”
“If you lock a person in a punishment cell, where he can stand or sit on an iron chair for 16 hours a day, after a month in these conditions, even a healthy person will undoubtedly suffer from back pain. I have spent the last 3 months like this. Of course, my back hurts a lot.The 46-year-old opponent, who in 2020 had to be treated, complained of alleged poisoning during a trip to Siberia.
2/15 See how the system works when you are not allowed to hit someone, but your command has ordered you to hurt them badly.
For example, I have a problem with my spine. It is clear what one must do to make the problem worse: keep me as still as possible.
– Alexei Navalny (@navalny) December 26, 2022
Russian authorities arrested Navalny in January 2021 and he is serving an 11-and-a-half-year sentence in a maximum security prison 250 kilometers from Moscow. Fraud, contempt of court and parole violations are the Kremlin’s accusations, but Navalny and his Western allies deny them, accused of arbitrary detention to silence a leading opponent of Vladimir Putin’s regime.
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