Father of accused in bribing investigator complained to Putin about FSB threats
According to the father, the money was not intended for his son, and this is proved by the audio recording, which has already been attached to the case materials.
The father of former investigator of the regional Investigative Committee Alexander Kozlov, who is accused of taking a bribe in the amount of 3 million rubles ($53.200), complained to Russian President Vladimir Putin about FSB actions and the unbearable conditions of his son's detention in a jail.
The father claims that his son was framed, and the money was intended for transfer to certain employees of the special services. Now the FSB, threating him, is trying to force Alexander Kozlov to give confessions, Kozlov Sr. says.
In particular, he writes that FSB officer D.V. Krasikov often sees his son. The latter, according to his father, asserts that "he decides everything." Krasikov also intimidates the former investigator promising to keep him in IK-25, where he has "a friend."
In addition, Kozlov Sr. speaks about the unbearable conditions of his son's detention in a pre-trial detention center. The appeal states that there is no daylight, radio and television in the cell where the accused is held.
The main emphasis of Konstantin Kozlov's complaint to the President is an overlong investigation and irregularities in the criminal case.
"The reason for the initiation of a criminal case against Kozlov was a result of an operative experiment against lawyers Bragina and Peshkova and detaining them red-handed when Bragina received 3 million rubles from Kondakov and then transferred it to Peshkova," Konstantin Kozlov says. "But from conversations between lawyers and between Peshkova and Kozlov it is obvious that the money was not for him, moreover, he was not interested in obtaining it."
This audio recording is attached to the case materials and now additional examination is carried out.
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