Tula military commissariat employee rammed policemen during detention
A 50-year-old employee of one of the local military commissariats took bribes for the deferring from service.
In the Tula region, police officers detained a 50-year-old employee of one of the local military commissariats. According to the investigation, the woman repeatedly took bribes for the registration of army draftees, as ineligible for military service. The suspect promised to help with the filing of forged medical records for consideration. Army draftees got false diagnosis, after which they received a military registration card.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Tula received a report on bribery in one of the local military commissariat. After receiving these data during the operational-search activities, the fact of receiving a bribe in the amount of 150 thousand rubles ($2600) by indicated employee of the military commissariat was noted. During the detention, the woman actively resisted the policemen. When you try to detain her in the car, she did not give up and started moving, knocking down the cops.
"As a result of operational search activities, the employees of the Department of Economic Security and Anti-Corruption of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Tula noted the fact of receiving money in the amount of 150.000 rubles. During the detention, the 50-year-old employee of the military commissariat blocked the car doors and started moving off, causing injuries to the policeman. Trying to escape, she hit a second law enforcement officer. However, the car of the attacker was stopped. The injured employees were taken to the city's medical facilities," said Irina Volk, the official representative of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia.
The bribe-taker is detained, now she is in custody. The Military Investigation Department of the Tula Garrison initiated and investigated the case under Art. 159 of the Criminal Code. Also, upon the fact of resistance during the arrest, the examination is carried out, on the results of which a decision will be made.
It is specified that the arrest of the official happened in September, but the details appeared only now.
Saburova believes that the Russian authorities violated articles 2 and 5 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, guaranteeing the right to life, as well as the right to freedom and personal inviolability.