“At first, after the arrest, I read books on psychology, there was the book“ Seven Skills of Efficiency, ”and now I re-read“ War and Peace, ”Arashukov said.
According to him, he likes historical literature, he plans to read the novels of Valentin Pikul.
Arashukov noted that he asked the administration of the detention center to give him a small battery lamp so as not to spoil his vision when reading.
In turn, the former head of the department for controlling the trafficking of heroin, cocaine and synthetic drugs at the Internal Affairs Directorate in the Western district of the capital, Igor Lyakhovets, whom the investigation suspects of organizing the detention of journalist Ivan Golunov, said that he also reads in jail.
“I have a television in the cell, but I don’t particularly need it, I like to read more, now I’ve taken the stories in the Chekhov library, as well as The Cherry Orchard and The Seagull, and then Turgenev, decided to refresh the school curriculum,” he informed.
Earlier it was reported that Arashukov was transferred to the cell to the former Minister of the Open Government of Russia Mikhail Abyzov.