ICR sued two Moscow police officers for 5 million rubles extortion
The former security officer and the chief of one of the capital's Interior Ministry departments tried to recover the debt from man in favor of unknown persons.
Two metropolitan policemen became involved in the case of extortion, the press service of the ICR in Moscow reported.
The press service of the department clarifies, under investigation there are the former security officer of the 3rd unit of the 4th Criminal Investigations Department of the MIA BIA in Moscow, Nikolay Zakharov, and the chief of the same department, Alexander Parak.
According to the investigation, in October 2016, both law enforcement officers, acting in the interests of unidentified individuals, declared wanted one of the capital's residents under the guise of carrying out of operatively-search actions. After the man was detained, he was taken to the police station, where the chief detective demanded, threatening, that he should return the debt in the amount of 5 million rubles.
It is noted that in the near future persons involved will be charged and remanded.
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