Former police officer sentenced to 5 years in prison for theft and attempted extortion
The former officer stole 2.3 million rubles from Muscovite suspected of pedophilia.
A former employee of the Interior Ministry received 5 years in prison for stealing 2.3 million rubles and an attempted extortion on 2 million rubles.
According to investigators, in April 2013, the operative took part in the arrest of Muscovite suspected of pedophilia. A former police officer, together with an accomplice used SIM-card of the detainee to transfer into his bank account 2.3 million rubles, placed on the account of the Muscovite.
Later, the convicted extorted two million rubles from the mother of another alleged pedophile, promising the woman to release her son from criminal liability. The woman did not succumb to the entreaties of the attacker and handed him an application to the police of the BIA MD MIA of Russia in Moscow, after which the werewolf in epaulets was detained.
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