Mushroom told me about life in jail and plans for the future

Гриб рассказал о жизни в СИЗО и планах на будущее

Paul the Mushroom back home

Mushroom said that after moving in a Moscow prison a part exchange, he offered to write a petition for pardon, but he refused.

Freed Ukrainian political prisoner Pavel Grib told about life in a Russian prison and future plans, reports UNIAN.

“I knew all along that the exchange will take place. Not 100%, but no reason to not, was not. Two years and two weeks waiting for him. Preparing for the stage in the colony, and instead I got to Moscow, SIZO No. 2,” says the Mushroom.

After moving to Moscow remand prison in the framework of the exchange, the Fungus has offered to write a petition for clemency, and after the denial was sent to the camera.

“Threw in “house”, dress not given, not given soap. The camera was on one. Ukrainian to the Ukrainian camp. From entertainment — only radio” — he said.

According to him, in jail Lefortovo was a bit better than in other detention center, as they gave me normal bread.

“For comparison, I to give this bread that you could throw to the ceiling and it stuck there. A cross between a bread and a test”, — he said.

Specific plans for the next few days to the liberated Ukrainians there, but first he wants to relax and watch the news.

“I hope to go to the hospital will not” — said the Mushroom.

We will remind that on 7 September, Ukraine and Russia exchanged prisoners by the formula 35 by 35. Returned home, in particular, Oleg Sentsov, Roman Sushchenko, Volodymyr Baluch, Paul Grib, Aleksandr Kolchenko, S. Klyh, and sailors, captured in the Kerch Strait.

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