Detained treason suspect Prozorov has no complaints about conditions, medical care - Public Observer Commission
MOSCOW. July 27 (Interfax) - Viktor Prozorov, who is charged with high treason, has refused to talk to Public Observer Commission officials, saying only that he has no complaints, Public Observer Commission member Yevgeny Yenikeyev wrote on his blog.
"The head of the regimen department who accompanied us this time did not prevent me from asking Prozorov in person if he wanted to talk to Public Observer Commission officials. Prozorov refused, saying he had no complaints about the living conditions or medical services," Yenikeyev wrote.
When asked how his health was, 70-year-old Prozorov said, "Still alive," he wrote.
Moscow's Lefortovsky District Court has remanded Prozorov in custody and prolonged his arrest until October 27.
Prozorov is being kept at the Lefortovo detention facility and facing 12 to 20 years in prison.
The essence of the charge has not been disclosed because the case materials are labeled "top secret."