Former policeman records appeal to Putin, accusing senior MIA and FSB officials of drug trafficking
The policeman described in detail the drug distribution scheme.
Yuri Zaitsev, a former police officer of the MIA’s Drug Control Department in Khakassia, recorded a video message saying that the employees of this department are selling synthetic prohibited substances on the Internet. He addressed his appeal to President Putin. The video is uploaded to YouTube.
Zaitsev was previously accused of taking a bribe and disclosing a state secret. He is under house arrest and pleads innocent. According to him, the charges against him were framed up.
In addition to the charges, in order not to be unfounded, the former policeman described in detail the drug distribution scheme and, moreover, sounded the names of high-ranking officers of the MIA who are involved in drug trafficking. He also noted that some FSB officers are also in the “share.”
Zaitsev recalled that while he was still in the pre-trial detention center, he had informed the FSB officers about these crimes, but there was no reaction.
At the same time, Zaitsev assures that the police are connected precisely with those sites whose advertisements began to be noticed by residents of Khakassia on the walls of houses. The ads offered high-paying jobs below which a website was indicated. When visiting the page, one could guess that it is about trade of prohibited substances.
The court order states that Zakruzhnoy in his video called ‘Here our future is being pressed down’ called the head of the country a ‘thief’ and added that the authorities “ought to be on a closestool, in Magadan.”