Ex-deputy head of Yakutia MIA convicted for raping his subordinate
The court found Nikolay Mamchur guilty.
A court in Yakutia has convicted former Deputy Head of the Republic’s Ministry of Internal Affairs, Nikolay Mamchur. The investigation has proven his guilt under part 3 of Art. 30, part 1 of Art. 131, and part 1 of Art. 132 of the Russian Criminal Code (Attempt at Rape and Violent Actions of Sexual Character). This is reported by the press service of the region’s Investigative Committee.
According to the case file, in April 2016, drunk Mamchur summoned a 22-year-old subordinate, who was on duty at the time, to his office.
Using physical strength, he tried to incline the girl to sex. Despite active resistance, Mamchur raped her. After that, she filed a complaint against him.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, after the indictment was filed, Mamchur tried to commit suicide, but was hospitalized after an unsuccessful attempt.
During trial, he did not plead guilty, arguing that the evidence against him was falsified. The court sentenced Mamchur to 5 years’ ordinary imprisonment. The former colonel was deprived of special rank and taken into custody in the courtroom.
Russia’s deposit insurance agency asked the court to involve an offshore company Clement Glory in a case against a fugitive banker and an ex-owner of Vneshprombank Georgy Bedzhamov. Clement Glory turned out to hold Bedzhamov’s real estate in Great Britain in pawn, reports RBC.