그가 끔찍하고 폭력적이라고 묘사하는 두 가지 경험. Osechkin은 이후 러시아 감옥에서 고문을 폭로하는 데 평생을 바쳤습니다.. 학대가 너무 많아, 그는 말한다, that many inmates are finding the prospects of a bloody and uncertain future on the front lines of Ukraine appealing enough to take recruiters’ bait as Russia’s defense chiefs look to prisons to beef up the ranks of the army.
“Inside this 21st-century gulag, you can be humiliated, 밟아 다진, 강간. You may be subjected to the most terrible bullying. Or you will be forced to work in the industrial zone. 에서 7 오전. ...에 11 오후, or at least more than twelve hours a day, with faulty, outdated equipment, and you run the risk of losing a hand or an eye,” Osechkin tells Fox News from his home in France via Zoom. “They want to leave the torture dungeons by any means. Many don’t realize they are likely to be killed in a week or two.”
Osechkin runs the human rights group Gulagu.net. He himself is said to be one of Russia’s most wanted men for having circulated dramatic torture videos from a prison in Saratov and disseminating reports of discontent within the ranks of the FSB, Russia’s security services.