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On Thursday, November 25, Vladimir Putin fired Federal Penitentiary Service chief Alexander Kalashnikov. And he chose a new head – former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Arkady Gostev. This came after Gulagu.net’s human rights campaign released several videos from a prison hospital in Saratov in October 2021, in which prisoners were tortured and raped. Former inmate Sergei Savelyev, who published the article, said the torture took place at the behest of the colonial authorities. Later, Gulagu.net reprinted similar videos from other sites. Meduza spoke to Oleg Khabibrakhmanov, head of the Anti-Torture Investigation Committee, if anything could change in FSIN with the advent of a new chapter.



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