After shooting a man, police files case against him
A criminal case has been initiated under part 1 of Art. 318 of the Russian Criminal Code (Use of Violence against a Representative of the Power) against a St. Petersburg citizen on the order of Chairman of ICR Aleksandr Bastrykin.
According to law enforcement bodies, December 30 several men rudely violated the public order in the Vyborg district of St. Petersburg, not far from the Lesnaya metro station. After they were stopped by law enforcers and asked to produce documents, the men continued to behave aggressively and disturb public order. At the same time, one of them rushed to a police officer and tried to take away his service pistol. To calm the brawler, the policeman fired a shot in the air and then shot the attacker’s arm.
Later, guards took the entire company to the police station. The investigating authorities are establishing the degree of participation of each company member in the offense. Following the results of investigative activities, law enforcement authorities will decide on the procedural detention of the defendants.
Kadyrov made Mohamed Salah, a forward for Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, a Chechen citizen of honor. The City of Grozny organized a celebratory supper for Egyptian football players after a prayer at the Serdtse Chechny (‘Chechnya's Heart’) Mosque.
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.
"A dacha is a place for your own pleasure," Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg (ZakS) Vyacheslav Makarov once said. Today, this expression sounds special. The northern capital finds itself in the center of the scandal. The ground for the scandal is three state dachas in the village of Solnechnoe, which the Speaker rented on a par with large families, disabled people, and veterans of the Second World War.
Silence regime. Law enforcement structures neutralize ultras and criminals during 2018 FIFA World Cup
The Russian authorities have tightened security during the first world football championship in the national history. Unparalleled security measures have been imposed in all the 11 cities hosting the FIFA games. The CrimeRussia reviewed the efforts taken by the enforcement structures to prevent any excesses at the international sports event so important for our country.