Source: FSB officer will be detained within framework of case on protection of Shakro Molodoy
In a short time, in the case of Shakro Molodoy, the FSB officer will be detained, the source said to Crime in Russia.
The source of the CrimeRussia told about the development of the criminal case of the kingpin Shakro Molodoy. In the near future, the cases of the senior investigators, who allegedly patronized the thief in law will be transferred to the Main Military Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia. An important condition for the transfer is that at least one of the persons of interest must be a soldier, and, according to the source, such a person will soon be among the defendants. That said, one of the FSB officers, who also became a part of Kalashov’s criminal empire, will be detained.
At this, arrests among the law enforcement officers will not stop. The source reports that the officers of the Main Criminal Investigation Department of the MIA will soon join this list.
In addition, the source said that at present, the militants from the army, which Shakro Molodoy got together (150 trained soldiers) are being detained. As the CrimeRussia previously reported, Shakro, fearing attacks on his life by the thieves in law, dissatisfied with his policies, got together the personal army. At the moment, searches and arrests of militants of the main kingpin are being conducted.
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