Altay: head of MIA’s anti-corruption department arrested for bribe-taking
According to the case files, the police colonel received $ 75,000 for inaction against a commercial organization.
The Barnaul court took Vadim Nadvotsky, the head of the MIA’s anti-corruption department for the Altay Territory, and his former subordinate Yevgeny Grechishkin into cutody on charges of bribe-taking. For 5 million rubles ($ 75,000), the police colonel allegedly promised to stop checking the briber’s enterprises, the regional ICR’s press service reported.
The investigation initiated a criminal case against Nadvotsky on receiving a particularly large bribe (part 6 of Article 290 CCRF), and against Grechishkin – for transferring the bribe (part 4 of Article 291.1 CCRF). The offense was revealed by the MIA and FSB officers. If they prove Nadvotsky's guilt, he will be dismissed from the bodies, said the head of the Altay police Andrey Podolyan.
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