Tomsk: MIA investigator pawns material evidence
A criminal case was initiated under article Exceeding Official Powers.
The Central Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee in the Tomsk region initiated a criminal case against a police officer suspected of pawning material evidence. She was charged with Exceeding Official Powers (part 1 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code).
The investigator working with the department of crimes against property in the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Tomsk pawned jewelry worth 20 thousand rubles in October. Earlier, the woman herself had seized the gold within a lawsuit she was responsible for.
The offense has been identified by the MIA Security Department officials.
Rosfinmonitoring (Federal Financial Monitoring Service) analyzed the data of the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers and discovered thousands of offshore companies through which the Russians laundered billions of rubles. Materials on deputies and governors were handed over to law enforcers.
A spokesperson of the Prosecutor's office said that the ECHR had not studied all the materials of the criminal case, so they were offered not to overturn the verdict, but to send the case for a new review in court.