"He was once again placed in a penal institution for no reason.

Mikhail served seven days of SHIZA for "misrepresenting himself" to the convoy.

He was released from SHIZ on March 21.

Three days later, he was again punished by SHIZA for 10 days - just because he demanded a meeting with a notary to solve some of his problems," the source said.

According to the source, Mikhail announced a dry hunger strike as a sign of protest against illegal placement in a penal institution.

"Another police prisoner, a young guy, recently jumped from the second floor of the Borisov colony.

Now he is all broken, he is in the hospital," the source added.

Mikhail Zubkov was detained on October 29, 2021 in the Moscow metro.

He was stopped to check his passport, and it turned out that the Belarusian was wanted.

The reason for the detention became known later.

In 2020, Mikhail Zubkov participated in protest marches in Gomla, he was detained by riot police.

Then the man spent 15 days in the intensive care unit.

There were no more complaints from the police and Mikhail went to work in Moscow.

On May 3, 2022, the European Court of Human Rights forbade the Russian authorities to extradite Zubkov, his lawyer Roza Magomedova informed the state authorities about this.

Zubkov should have been released - the term of his arrest expired on May 14, 2022. Nevertheless, at 10 a.m. on May 13, 2022, he was forcibly extradited to Belarus.

On August 18, 2022, the Court of the Central District of Goml found Mikhail Zubkov guilty of violence and threats to use it against employees of internal affairs bodies and sentenced him to three years of imprisonment in a general regime correctional colony.