Tatyana Batura, who was detained before the trial of Olga Zolotar, spent 45 days in isolation, including 20 in the punishment cell and 13 on hunger strike in Okrestina. During this time Tatiana's father died of COVID-19. The girl was released by the court in order to participate in his funeral, after which she left the country.
Tatyana was subjected to inhuman treatment and torture on Okrestina. For 20 days out of 45 days she was kept in a punishment cell, where the bunk beds were never lowered. As a sign of protest, Tatyana kept a hunger strike for 13 days, during which she lost 8 kilograms. The cell she was kept in was riddled with bedbugs and lice.
Realizing she would be arrested again, Tatyana Batura left the country after her father's funeral. Later she learned that her fears were not groundless. At a new trial, she was sentenced in absentia to another 15 days in jail.
How much is needed?
3090 EUR — The amount is necessary to restore her health and for the first time to get settled in the new country.