Federal Tourism Agency Head's councillor attacked FSB officer
Evgeny Kudel says that law enforcement officers do not have legal grounds for the search, and expel him from the room resulting in a fight.
The FSB official in Moscow and the Moscow region said that Federal Tourism Agency Head's councillor Evgeny Kudel injuried him during the search, Life writes. The attack took place in the Moscow office of the Federal Tourism Agency, located on Myasnitskaya Street.
The FSB and ICR raided Kudel's office for investigation. The official said the law enforcement agencies did not have legal grounds for the search, and began to expel him from the office. As a result of the fight the FSB operative injured his hand, an ambulance was called.
Later, the victim wrote a statement about the use of force against a government representative in attendance. Kudel was taken to the police station, where he was testified about the incident. Pre-investigation checks began.
The investigative actions took place on 14 February. Security officials were interested in documents that refer to the period from 2012 to 2013, when Kudel served as Minister of Tourism in Krasnodar region.
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