Criminal case initiated after MIA officer commits suicide in Yugra
The officer accused her boss, who “deviled her with cavils,” of her death.
The Investigative Committee for Yugra initiated a criminal investigation into the suicide of an officer of the Russian MIA for Langepas. This was reported by the press service of the department for the region.
It is to be recalled that the senior lieutenant of the MIA of the city of Langepas, Kristina Alkhovskaya, shot herself from a service weapon in her office on Monday, June 18. The woman left a suicide note, in which she accused her boss, who, according to her, deviled her with cavils, of her death.
Kristina's colleagues told that when the boss who took her to work retired, a younger and more capricious leader came in instead. According to the colleagues, the relationship between her and Kristina was bad from the very beginning − the boss often scolded the officer in front of everyone.
The Investigative Committee also stated that so far, for the purpose of the investigation, the details of the criminal case are not disclosed.
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