Sentsov makes a will for his works in case of death - sister
Ukrainian political prisoner Oleh Sentsov, who has been on hunger strike in a Russian penal colony for 120 days, has made a will for his creative works in case of death, his sister, Natalia Kaplan, has said.
"I no longer believe that I will soon leave [prison] and that we will all live happily again in Kyiv. I also do not believe in many other things, but this does not mean that I have gone to pieces or am going to end [the hunger strike]. I have not given up in any way. I just do not believe in the happy end of this whole story. My condition is roughly the same – stably shitty. Yet hypoxia added to all previous special effects - the lack of oxygen in my organs, mainly in the heart and the brain. There's fog in my head, I feel giddy, the body, the head, and limbs are going numb. The circulatory system doesn't manage with the oxygenation of the body at all. Now you see how much I have become advanced in medicine!" Kaplan cited Sentsov's letter on her page on Facebook on Monday, September 10.
In addition, Sentsov added that he would try to stay strong, although he noted he is living by inertia.
"He also made a will for his creative works in the event of his death, and this is very frightening," Sentsov's sister said.