Head of Moscow "killing department" beat subordinate without getting his resignation

Head of Moscow "killing department" beat subordinate without getting his resignation

A police officer was hospitalized with injuries.

The Bead of the First Operational Investigation Unit of the Internal Affairs Department of the Central Administrative District in Moscow, known as the “killing department”, Lieutenant Colonel Igor Sokolov beat his subordinate, senior special agent Sergey Klimukhin, who refused to write a letter of resignation, MBKh Media informs with reference to the most injured police officer.

In turn, Telegram channel Police Ombudsman adds that Klimukhin was hospitalized in the Pirogov City Clinical Hospital with injuries. According to the victim, Lieutenant Colonel Sokolov attacked him in his office in front of witnesses.

“Sokolov summoned me to his office, where his Deputy and several other heads of departments were. In their presence, he began to shout obscenities, insult me, to which I replied to him: "Do not shout." Then he took a coffee mug from the table and threw it at me. I dodged, then Sokolov punched me in the face, in the right eye. I fell and lost consciousness,” said Klimukhin.

When the operative regained consciousness, he felt bad - he had nausea and dizziness. In the hospital, he was diagnosed with a concussion, numerous soft tissue injuries and a fracture of the bones of the nose.

According to Klimukhin, his boss was not satisfied with the reports he compiled, but there were no clear requirements for the paperwork. In connection with these claims, Sokolov demanded an immediate resignation from Klimukhin, although the latter waited for the transfer to Petrovka any day.

“I study at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs - I am getting the first degree, so Sokolov suggested that I resign as soon as I came to this position. I agreed and found a place - Petrovka, I informed Sokolov about this, all the transfer documents were signed. But the pressure continued,” explained Klimukhin. According to him, Sokolov often called him a Moro and other offensive words in presence of other people.

The duty officer of the press service of the Internal Affairs Department of the Central Administrative District for Moscow told MBKh Media that he was unaware of what had happened. An employee of the press service of the department asked for seven days required by law to clarify the situation.

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