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Former police lieutenant colonel convicted of bribe in Khabarovsk

Former police lieutenant colonel convicted of bribe in Khabarovsk
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The verdict against the former police lieutenant colonel in Khabarovsk is announced. For his inaction against one suspect, he asked for 1,5 million rubles, and along the way divulged state secrets.

According to the press service of the prosecutor's office of the Khabarovsk Territory, it all started in December 2016. Then the defendant worked in the police as deputy chief of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Khabarovsk. He was in charge of operational work.

Then, at the end of 2016, he through intermediaries agreed to receive a bribe from a citizen prosecuted. For this “reward” of 1,5 million rubles, he promised not to provide the results of the checks in relation to the defendant in the criminal case. They could be grounds for initiating other criminal cases against him.

Then, in December 2016, he divulged information about operational-search measures conducted by police officers. This information was state secret.

But the accused and his wife appealed to the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Khabarovsk Territory, and the “deal” for transferring money was controlled by the employees of the Federal Security Service. The court sentenced the former policeman to nine years in prison in a maximum security penal colony, with a fine of 1,5 million rubles and the deprivation of the special rank of “retired police lieutenant colonel”. The verdict did not enter into force.
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