Social activist was trying to get out of prison gang leader Telman Mhitoryan for a bribe
The social activist Vladimir Matus tried to bribe doctors to transfer the criminal authority Telman Mhitoryan to the hospital named after Gaaz.
A joint operation of the Federal Security Service of Russia and the MID ICR in St. Petersburg has revealed the fact of trying to bribe medical stuff by the Deputy Chairman of the Public Council Department of the Federal Penitentiary Service in St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region Vladimir Matus. According to investigators, the social activist offered 300 thousand rubles to officials of the hospital of the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service № 78 for the transferring the OCG leader Telman Mhitoryan from the penal colony to the named after Gaaz.
According to Life, in relation to 57-year-old Vladimir Matus a criminal case under article Preparation for Bribe-Taking is opened.
According to police, it was not the first time, when Matus took advantage of his position for the order of the representatives of the criminal world. Currently, the police examines Matus for involvement in other crimes.
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