Former chief of ICR Investigations Department in Dagestan accused of bribery
Former chief of the ICR Investigations Department in Dagestan is suspected of extorting property worth 63 million rubles (1 million dollars) from a resident of Makhachkala.
As reported by to the press service of the republic ICR, a criminal case has been initiated under abuse of official powers.
According to investigation, the suspect had been extorting property from the victim in the interests of his relatives. The victim filed a complaint to the ICR in late January 2016. After that, the employee was fired on the ground of an internal check results. No preventive measure has been elected for the defendant in the criminal case under item а part 3 of Art. 286 of the Russian Criminal Code (Abuse of Official Powers, Committed with the Threat of Violence).
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