Deputy regional Prosecutor in Dagestan suspected of taking bribe
According to the investigation, the Deputy Prosecutor was extorting 100 thousands rubles from the Ministry of Internal Affairs employee.
The Deputy district Prosecutor Yaraliyev is suspected of taking bribe in the amount of 100 thousand rubles from the police officer for not transferring case materials, concerning the Ministry of Internal Affairs employee, to the investigating authorities, TASS reports. A criminal case under part 3 Art 290 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Taking a bribe by a functionary for unlawful actions (inaction)) was initiated against the Prosecutor.
According to the investigation, Yaraliyev was extorting 100 thousands rubles from the district police officer of office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Suleyman-Stalsky District for not transferring materials concerning him to investigating bodies. But instead of giving bribe to the prosecutor, the policeman turned to law enforcement agencies.
After the district police officer told that he was ready o transfer money, he received keys from the prosecutor's car where the victim should have left the bribe. As soon as Yaraliyev received his keys back, he was detained by field investigators.
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