Security officer eats bills when caught taking bribe
The law enforcer was caught red-handed.
Major Sergei Salov from the Transport Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Central Federal District offered to stop criminal prosecution if the person gave him cash. On November 6, the bribe-taker got his money but was caught red-handed. However, the major was not at a loss and tried to eat the material evidence, i.e. banknotes, having sunflower seeds right after as a snack, for some reason. The seeds were in the nearest desktop drawer at his office.
The endeavor was almost a success - the bribe-taker nearly chewed the five-thousand bill. According to a source, Salov’s spouse recently died, and he was raising two children on his own. The department seemed to be understanding about it.
But that was not the first crime that the security officer has committed. A search uncovered 2 mobile phones of dead persons. How did they end up in his hands? Here is how: the major always made sure he came first to dead body calls in order to steal their belongings.
Businessman detained in case into murder of Maltese investigative reporter. His activity tied to ‘Panama archive’
The female reporter, who dealt with anti-corruption investigations, including the one based on data of the ‘Panama archive’, and accused Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat and his relatives of siphoning off funds into offshores, died in Malta in 2017.
Member of the Ukrainian parliament from the party Servant of the People Anna Skorokhod accused members of the same party and President Vladimir Zelensky of personal revenge. The other day, siloviki detained her common-law spouse, who had fled from Russia to Kyiv, Alexey Alyakin, a shareholder of the now-bankrupt Pushkino bank, who was arrested in absentia in the Russian Federation for the theft of 14.8 billion rubles ($232 million).