Alexei Navalny, who is serving his sentence in a penal colony in the Vladimir Region, looks like an ordinary person and has no health problems. This statement was made by Maria Butina, a member of the Public Chamber and RT contributor, in her Telegram channel after a visit to the colony.
According to her, Navalny told her that he did not need diclofenac. Butina also expressed doubts about Navalny's lack of regular sleep.
Butina also spoke to other inmates - they said that Navalny requires special treatment and is constantly lying on his bunk.
Butina called the penal colony in which Navalny is incarcerated "exemplary" and compared it to a pioneer camp. She compared her assessment to the experience she had while in prison in the US.
It should be recalled that earlier this week Navalny said that six reports had been drawn up on him in a fortnight in prison - for example, for coming to a meeting with his lawyers in a T-shirt.
Butina was arrested in the US in July 2018 - accused of working for a foreign state. She spent a year and a half in prison. In October 2019, she returned to Russia.
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