According to her, Klykh was found at a regional psychiatric hospital. Kateryna Buryan, the lawyer of Ural human rights group, found him there after his Yekaterinburg-based lawyer had visited Klykh and said that the Russian penitentiary officials promised to transfer him to the mental health institution in Magnitogorsk.
Shchur wrote that Klykh apparently felt better; he also told her he never gave his consent for his hospitalization.
According to her, the political prisoner seems fine - at least better than he looked on June 26, when the lawyer found his speech to be not in order. She said he might be getting sedative injections. Klykh also admitted that he was given 'some injections'.
As reported, the court of Grozny (Russia) convicted two citizens of Ukraine May 19. Chechnya's Supreme Court sentenced Karpiuk to 22 years and six months in a high-security prison and Klykh to 20 years in prison May 26. The Supreme Court of the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation dismissed the appeal of Ukrainians Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh against their confinement June 14.
Feb. 17, 2016, Russian Human Rights Center Memorial recognized citizens of Ukraine Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh political prisoners whom Russia was unlawfully holding in prison. According to human rights activists, the indictment in this case was made with violations and described nonexistent crimes.