The Russian politician, the former mayor of Yekaterinburg, Yevgeny Roizman, in an interview with the founder of the GORDON publication Dmitry Gordon, told how prisoners were killed in the camp where he was serving his term.
“With me, a bunch of people were killed … And there were riots. A camp riot is scary. Imagine a camp riot is … Sharpening [убивали]. From the construction site the reinforcement was brought … And when the riot is unbelievable. They are seriously preparing for the riot, the opposing side is preparing in the same way. There is an industrial zone, there is always access to tools, drift. Files are sharpened, sharpened from electrodes, “said the ex-mayor of Yekaterinburg.
According to him, the camp “beat so that it survives – it survives, does not survive – it does not survive.”
“They don’t think about it,” Roizman explained.
He noted that in prison “it makes sense to leave conflicts, but not in any way, that is, there is also some kind of border.”
“There is one more thing: you may not know who you have infringed and where. There is something else there at any time,” the ex-mayor of Yekaterinburg emphasized.
Ex-Mayor of Yekaterinburg Roizman: I really played cards, stole, cheated and went with a knife. I served three years. Full text of the interview
Roizman in 2003-2007 was a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation. From 2013 to 2018 he was mayor of Yekaterinburg. According to him, he served a theft.