‒ What's your name?
‒ My full name is Ivan Alexandrovich, L***n Ivan Alexandrovich.
‒ When were you born?
‒ On the 11th of November 1983.
‒ Where do you serve your sentence?
‒ In the correctional colony №18.
‒ Are you willing to make a video?
‒ To tell how you live for a camera.
‒ How long have you already been here?
‒ For 5 years.
‒ Who are you in this colony?
‒ Do they all (the administration, the head of the colony, the educators) know that you are the "offended"?
‒ And what does the word "offended" mean? Explain it in a normal way.
‒ Well, pidaras. But pidaras sounds rude. Omitted person.
‒ Various of offended: omitted; raped; forced. Did they make you?
‒ How many times has it been?
‒ I don't remember.
‒ More than five times, ten times?
‒ There were acts of violence, right?
‒ Yes. When I came.
‒ When you arrived... In quarantine? Have you been raped by a different men‒status against your will?
‒ They forced you, threatened or just scared? How did that happen? Tell me.
‒ Threaten: "If you tell the cops ‒ you are fucked".
‒ And what else was in quarantine? Remember, you told me that they mocked you somehow.
‒ They mocked me differently.
‒ There was the case in quarantine... What year was it? Something is connected with the stick...
‒ It was 2014 when I arrived.
‒ Well, tell me, what was there?...
‒ They beat me with a stick, then they stuck a stick in my ass. One stick was broken on me. They sat me on a bottle…
‒ What kind of bottle?
‒ Plastic one. With disinfecting solution. You know, with a blue cap.
‒ And who did that? Do you know the names of those convicts?
‒ No, I don't know the names.
‒ And who was a quartermaster in quarantine?
‒ The quartermaster was K***v Dima.
‒ That one who is now, right? K***v Dima? Does he know everything about it, too?
‒ Yes. But he wasn't present, because he was at the barrack.
‒ Clear. And others? Who raped you? What else were you forced to do?
‒ I don't remember anymore.
‒ Were there any other violent acts?
‒ With men. Don't be afraid, speak.
‒ With one man was by mutual agreement.
‒ With one was by agreement, the other incidents were against your will, right?
‒ May you come into the kitchen?
‒ Are you separated, like all offended? Tell me about this system.
‒ We can't go into the kitchen. Once I came in, the stool almost flew into my head...
‒ How is cleaning in units and other places going on?
‒ Cleaner is I. I clean, I get paid. Half the time, not always...
‒ What is paid?
‒ If they can: cigarettes, tea, coffee...
‒ What are you cleaning?
‒ Toilets, sinks, sections...
‒ And where else do you work for cigarettes?
‒ In the headquarters I work.
‒ Where else?
‒ And in quarantine.
‒ Do you clean the toilets, everything there?
‒ Do other convicts clean on schedule?
‒ But how are you allowed to get to quarantine for cleaning? There's the head of the unit, the administration. Do they know that you are cleaning up instead of all those convicted?
‒ That is, employees of the administration allow you to quarantine to clean there instead of other convicts?
‒ Yes. They don't clean, don't want. There are all "thieves" and like them...
‒ "Thieves" are in the colony, they know it. And the administration?
‒ Would you like the offended had a separate detachment?
‒ Yes, of course.
‒ Because with the "men" you can't eat, nothing can do. What is the number of "offended" in the colony?
‒ I don't know exactly, about 30 people…
‒ You know about 30 people.
‒ Do they all do cleaning (for other convicts)?
‒ No, some of them do cleaning, others don't do. For health reasons.
‒ Does the head of the colony knows that there are "offended"?
‒ That's par for the course, right?
‒ How does the administration control the offended, so that they clean?
‒ The administration does not force them, the the quartermaster of the unit forces.
‒ Is there anyone else besides the quartermaster?
‒ There is an assistant of the quartermaster, by them.
‒ Do they control, influence the rest of the convicts?
‒ And thieves?
‒ Thieves used to beat you. What about now?
‒ But not now.
‒ It's a bit better now, isn't it?
‒ Well, okay, do you know that the video will be sent to the Public Oversight Commission? Not online. Don't worry, this is for the rights of convicts. Do you want to add anything else?
‒ I want to be treated better.
‒ What else?
‒ About my case.
‒ The case according your apartment?
‒ Yes, I sold it for nothing. For 100 000 rubles.
‒ They "helped" you to sell, tricked you ... And did you see that money?
‒ Where did the money go?
‒ I drank with the person I was selling my flat. It was at large. In 2010.
‒ So you are sitting here… You just want to be respected.
Do they make you do washing up at night?
‒ Yes. They sometimes pay, sometimes don't pay...
‒ I know you clean at night, don't sleep at night.
‒ Well, now it's fine, I sleep.
‒ And before that you didn't sleep. Are you cleaning the headquarters alone, all two floors?
‒ What are you cleaning there?
‒ Toilets, galley, offices, the whole long corridor.
‒ And do you clean the snow outside?
I saw you at 6 a.m. When do you wake up?
‒ At 4.30 a.m.
‒ And break the ice?
‒ Did the head of the colony Klimov often see you cleaning and breaking the ice?
‒ Often saw. And the deputy head of the colony for security and operational work saw?
‒ Yes, everybody.
‒ Major I***v Alexander Alexandrovich?
‒ And they said nothing? Do they know that you are the "offended", that you are cleaning every day?
‒ Do you get paid for this?
‒ Are you paid a salary?
‒ How long have you been cleaning headquarters?
‒ Half a year.
‒ Have you never been paid money?
‒ Has the head of the colony ever paid attention? Has he offered the support?
‒ Do they just pass by without paying attention to you?
‒ How many times a day do you go there to clean?
‒ Every day. Three times a day: in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening.