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Two ex-policemen in Chukotka will be tried for beating detainees

Two ex-policemen in Chukotka will be tried for beating detainees
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In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, two former police officers who beat up two residents of Providence will be tried. In this way they were forced to confess to the theft of the phone.

According to the press service of the Chukotka prosecutor's office, a case of abuse of office has been initiated against the former police officers.

After detaining two residents of Providence, they forced them to sign prepared documents stating that they had stolen a mobile phone. On refusal, they decided to use forceful methods of influence with the use of special equipment.

The criminal case will be considered by the Providensky city court. The maximum sentence can be up to ten years in prison.

 

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