Altai policeman committed suicide after being interrogated by Investigative Committee staff
Captain Maxim Kudinov left a suicide note.
In the Altai Territory, the 34-year-old captain of the police committed suicide after being interrogated by the Investigative Committee staff, the Mash Telegram channel reports. Maxim Kudinov left a note: "I will not do time for what I did not commit."
The policeman lived in the village of Shipunovo and worked in the local department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. It is reported that he committed suicide on September 25, the day after the interrogation in Barnaul. Returning from inquiry, Kudinov said nothing to his relatives. In the morning, he picked up the service pistol and shot himself. The relatives of the captain found the body. He was dressed in civilian clothes.
Kudinov served in the police for 11 years. Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Altai Territory began checking on the death of the captain, according to the website of the department.
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