Police find ten influential Georgian thieves in law in Kiev
These criminals, according to Head of National police of the Ukrainian capital Andrey Krishchenko, have great influence on the criminal situation in the city.
About ten thieves in law from Georgia are currently in Kiev. Head of the National Police of the city Andrey Krishchenko reported about it in an interview for Cenzor.NET on Monday, September 25.
According to him, the criminals influence criminogenic situation in the Ukrainian capital. The Head of Kiev police emphasized that law enforcement authorities periodically turn out criminals from Ukraine, however, some of them come back as the legislation concerning the ban on entry into the country is still insufficiently ‘rigidly settled’.
“There is no actual punishment for it,” Krishchenko emphasized.
To recall, earlier Head of the National police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev reported that since the beginning of this year Russia “has sent” 29 thieves in law to the territory of the country.
Marina Semynina, who had been renting out non-residential premises with an area of 2.5 thousand sq. m to the trading network, is a co-defendant in the suit of the Prosecutor General's Office on the seizure of Colonel Zakharchenko's family assets in favor of the state.
In a week the police of the Penza region have lost two first executives. The Head of the regional Investigative Committee of Russia (ICR) announced his forthcoming resignation. In this regard, the region began talking about the global cleansing of the bigwigs of security agencies. Now everyone is waiting to learn who is next in the queue for quitting, and what new corruption rows pertaining to security chiefs are to come to light in the short run in a relatively serene region.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) had seen plenty of scandals throughout its history. In the end of 2017, it ceased financing of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) on suspicion of misuse of funds by its management. However, the IOC couldn’t even think that international drug trafficker Gafur Rakhimov, member of the criminal ‘Brothers’ Circle’ put on the OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List, is going to take charge of it soon. Furthermore, Rakhimov has contributed greatly to the selection of Sochi the place of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Kochkin is detained in the headquarters building and brought to the police department, where policemen drew up a protocol under Violating the Established Procedure for Arranging or Conducting a Meeting, Rally, Demonstration, Procession or Picket (part 8 of Article 20.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses). According to the activist, in the near future he will go on trial.