Guest morning broadcast of Liberty ¬ — social activist Tatyana Grechanikova. Today, it is placed in a hospital. Cancer treatment is delayed, because intended for elective surgery while Tatiana was arrested for Square.
In the autumn of last year in Tatiana was diagnosed with a tumor. Then she helped presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov during the presidential election campaign. On the eve of the election Tatiana health deteriorated, the analyzes were bad. The operation, which Tatiana waited a few months, was scheduled for December 20. Despite this, Tatiana went to the area where she and her husband beaten. She was sentenced to 15 days in jail. After his release, she had to re-take the tests, which delayed the operation for almost two months. A benign tumor into a malignant one. She was diagnosed with cancer of III degree.
Hanna Sous: Tatiana, whether as to say that if it were not for the arrest area, your illness might not be, or she was in a mild?
Tatiana Grechanikova: It can be said that the disease would be a mild degree. After all, I was on Akrestin, and there were absolutely terrible conditions. It was cold all the time, sleeping on wooden planks. At first, several people under one blanket, and then we were given more blankets. Continuing the lights, day and night. Afternoon light was dim, the camera is very poorly lit.
Sous: Or do you explain the policemen, judges, prison officers that you need immediate surgery?
Grechanikova: I wrote a complaint. I pointed out in court that I was illegally detained and wrote a complaint to the judge that I was illegally detained and measures are inadequate. And to explain it made no sense, because the only medical assistance provided — offered a glass of boiled water to those who complained and the pressure and other diseases. I wrote a statement from behind bars of the prison that I was given the opportunity to call. At the same time I also turned down, as in the complaint.
Sous: Among those with whom you had a chance to chat at the time of arrest, there were people who expressed their sympathy to you, as a human attitude to you?
Grechanikova: The guards mostly treated normally. But help in medical terms no one could.
Sous: How do you feel now?
Grechanikova: A person who is undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, does not feel very good.
Sous: Who will you support now? What you need help?
GrechanikovaThank you very much. People support, complete strangers to help me and advice, and money. Thank you very much.
Sous: In May, during searches of the activists of the "Tell the Truth" law enforcement authorities seized a political analyst Svetlana Naumova money that she and her sbyary collected on a complex operation on the kidneys. She died on March 10. Do you think there's any fault of the authorities in this death?
Grechanikova: I believe that there is a fault. First, people got nervous, which took all of it. And if surgery done on time, of course, things might be different.
SousWho do you blame in what happened? Or would you go to the area again, knowing what was going to happen?
Grechanikova: On the Square I probably would have gone anyway, because I was involved in this company and do not go to the area I could not. I can not accuse our law enforcement agencies who have illegally detained.