Deputy Director FSIN of Russia Valery Maksimenko
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The Deputy Director of the Federal penitentiary service called “a very talented imitator” Ildar Dading, who at the beginning of November she complained of torture in the colony. He said that in the history of the Federal penitentiary service was open
Deputy Director of Federal service of execution of punishments (FSIN) Valery Maksimenko called “a very talented imitator” Ildar Dading, earlier declared torture in prison where he is serving his sentence. About this Maximenko said in an interview to “RIA Novosti”.
He thanked the human rights defenders, journalists and bloggers because they “did not succumb to provocations, preserve the independence” and were interested in an objective assessment of the information. Maksimenko thanked them “for anyone who has never been in prison, lucidly and clearly confirmed my words that the Dading — it’s just a very talented imitator with great artistry and a stunning imagination.”
However, in his opinion, among the defenders were the ones that “reported by the media false information, fabricated, and inventing stories that would have discredited the employees of criminally-Executive system, while not having a single reliable and confirmed fact”.
Maksimenko has also stated that in the history of the Federal penitentiary service was open to human rights defenders and to society.