Son of retired FSB general Zdanovich convicted for attempted drug dealing
The father of the failed drug dealer teaches law enforcement officers at the history department.
Moscow’s Nikulinsky District Court sentenced the son of retired FSB Lieutenant-General Alexander Zdanovich, Yevgeny, to ten years in a strict regime penal colony. Yevgeny Zdanovich was found guilty of the attempted drug dealing (part 3 of Article 30, paragraph “d” of part 4 of Article 228.1 CCRF), RIA Novosti reports. Zdanovich Jr. was detained after the purchase and packaging of 116 grams of hashish and 46 grams of marijuana.
The criminal case against Zdanovich Jr. was initiated on August 11, 2018. Two days later, the suspect was taken into custody. The drugs were found in his apartment.
Alexander Zdanovich teaches at the Department of History of the FSB Academy and at the Moscow State Pedagogical University. In 2012-2014, he was an adviser to the CEO of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, and earlier for 10 years he was the deputy head of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company on security issues. From 1996 to 1999, he headed the Center for Public Relations and Management of Assistance Programs of the FSB.
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