Raid in famous Propaganda Moscow nightclub ended with drug traffic case
Earlier law enforcement authorities closed Rabitsa club upon similar scheme.
Moscow police initiated a criminal case over drug traffic after conducting a raid in Propaganda nightclub. There are no defendants in the case yet - the personalities involved in the crime are being identified, the Agency of city news Moskva reports with reference to a source.
It is noted that the law enforcement authorities came to the club on September 23. During the action, a parcel with amphetamine was found on a floor. After that 35 people were brought to a police department for clarification of circumstances and a check.
“The malefactors carefully hide their activity and distribute drugs only to the people they trust,” a source told.
A case over the event was initiated under part 1 of Art. 228.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Illegal Production, Sale or Transfer of Drugs) on October 2.
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Previously, thief in law Aleksandr Makaryan (Alo) faced a similar charge for marijuana possession. They both were detained along with 30 more thieves and crime lords during a major ‘purge’ conducted by Armenian law enforcers after Nikol Pashinyan came to power.