Novgorod MP complained to police on threat to take him into forest and shoot his legs
In the Novgorod Region, the law enforcement agencies carry out pre-investigation checks at the request of the regional Duma Deputy Leonid Doroshev.
The official complained to the police on the threats to take him into the forest and hurt.
The officers of the IC investigation department of Novgorod from the regional MIA received the materials for checks regarding the impending attack on the Deputy of the Novgorod Regional Duma Leonid Doroshev.
In this regard, the police initiated the pre-investigation check. Currently, they found that in a number of media an audio recording, where two unknown men discuss the possibility of taking the Deputy hostage, was released. The unidentified men planned to take him into the woods, shoot in the knee, drug and, planting a gun in the car, took the official back to the city in a deranged state. At the same time, they intended to inform the public about the incident through the media, casting the Deputy in a negative light.
As part of the pre-investigation, the investigating authorities are taking steps to clarify all the circumstances of the incident and examine all the relevant materials. After the check, the investigators will make a procedural decision.
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