Global personnel reshuffles have taken place in the capital’s pre-trial detention centers. Three famous Moscow “prisons” (as they are called by the people, although formally it is wrong) changed their bosses.
As it became known to “MK”, the owner of the legendary “Butyrka” Sergey Telyatnikov has been retired. He headed SIZO # 2 for ten years, which is a lot for the FSIN system. Rumor has it that one of the reasons for the departure of the 56-year-old head of the detention center was the scandal associated with cells for life-sentenced prisoners. It held especially dangerous criminals, sentenced to capital punishment, during their stay in Moscow (for example, when considering a complaint in the Supreme Court). However, sometimes prisoners were placed in such cells for psychological treatment, from whom obedience and humility were required.
The head of Butyrka will now be the former head of the women’s detention center # 6, Andrei Shubin. He is known for bringing near-perfect order to a once not-so-good isolation ward. Thanks to Shubin’s “iron hand”, it became possible to open a building there for the detention of arrested crime bosses. Well, for the fair sex will be supervised by the ex-head of SIZO No. 5 Evgeny Dobrov. Now in this isolation ward, we recall, after the verdict, the actor Mikhail Efremov.