Sushchenko moved to another ward
Journalist of UKRINFORM Roman Sushchenko, arrested in Moscow, was transferred to another cell in the SIZO “Lefortovo” on December 27. Feigin told in an interview to UKRINFORM, after he visited Sushchenko.
"Visited Roman today (Dec.27 - ed.), and want to pass hiss greetings on this holidays to his family, friends and UKRINFORM collegues. Sushchenko again changed the camera. But this time changed also the neighbor. His new cellmate – Russian nationalist (pagan, “rodnover”), a detainee in one of the many cases that now make against this category,” – Feigin said.
He also noted that relations between Roman and his new neighbor is normal, “they get along”. Though, Sushchenko won't have TV and refrigerator for some time, as they remaining in the previous cell.
As IMI informed, Ukrinform stated that their correspondent in France Roman Sushchenko was arrested in Moscow and accused of “espionage” on Sept.30.
FSB labeling him as a Ukrainian intelligence officer who allegedly deliberately collected classified information on activities of the armed forces and the national guard of the Russian Federation. There is a criminal case on espionage charges (Article 276 of the Russian Criminal Code), the investigation is currently underway.
The Moscow Lefortovo Court resolved on Nov. 28 to extend the arrest of Sushchenko until the 30th of January 2017.