Number of ICR MID leaders for Central Administrative District resigned
According to Interfax, senior officials of IRC are resigning in connection with the case of investigators’ relation to Shakro Molodoy.
A number of highest-ranked Central Administrative District investigators have resigned in connection with the case of law enforcement officials receiving bribes from the thief in law Shakro Molodoy, Interfax states referring to its sources.
The agency source reports that resignees include Investigator Andrey Bychkov, who was investigating the case of the arrested criminal lord Kochuykov Italian, the closest sidekick of Shakro. Now Bychkov has been charged under Article 286 of the Russian Criminal Code (Exceeding Official Powers). Investigators believe that Bychkov, contrary to the service's interests, refused to apply for the extension of term for Italyanets.
The source adds that during the provision of testimony, Bychkov told that he acted on the orders of the accused Head of ICR MID in Moscow Denis Nikandrov.
Earlier, the highest-ranked ICR officials were detained on charges of taking a particularly large bribe from the criminal leader Zakhar Kalashov.
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