Ministry of Environment official burned out on bribe
For 80 thousand rubles he promised the businessman a total protection.
In the Moscow region a state inspector for nature protection and supervision of the use and protection of water bodies was caught red-handed.
According to the press service of the Moscow Region Central Board the detained offered a businessman to settle problems of the company for the bribe. In addition, for a bribe in the amount of 80 thousand rubles he promised the businessman the cover. During the operational experiment the briber was arrested red-handed when receiving the required amount.
After being detained in relation to the employee of the Ministry of Environment of the Russian Federation a criminal case was initiated under part 3 of Art. 290 of the Criminal Code (Bribe-Taking). The court placed him under arrest.
Video: the Ministry of Environment official detained red-handed
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