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Mikhail Khodorkovsky has received ambulatory treatment and his condition is monitored by a colony doctor
Yukos ex-boss Mikhail Khodorkovsky, whose nose was slashed Friday by a fellow inmate, has received ambulatory treatment and his condition is monitored by a colony doctor, his lawyer said Monday. Khodorkovsky's lawyer Natalia Terekhova said several stitches had been applied on the gush, but doctors decided against taking him to a hospital because the injury was not serious. The lawyer confirmed that former Yukos CEO had refused to press criminal charges against the suspect in the attack. Terekhova said the suspect, named Kuchma, had spent several days in mid-March in an isolation cell together with Khodorkovsky for drinking tea in a place that colony authorities thought inappropriate. Khodorkovsky is currently serving an eight-year prison term for tax evasion and fraud in a penal colony in eastern Siberia
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