Ingushetia prosecutor threatens policemen with gun claiming to be Chechen security official
Assistant Prosecutor from Ingushetia’s Karabulak Umar Balaev refused to show documents to Road Patrol Service officers, pointing a pistol at them instead. Then he was detained.
In North Ossetia, an assistant prosecutor from Ingushetia, who had been threatening law enforcers with a pistol claiming to be a Chechen security official, has been detained, Mash reports.
It is reported that after seeing a suspicious car in Gizel (North Ossetia), police officers decided to check its passengers’ documents.
However, two men in the car refused to show their IDs. After that, one of them pulled out a gun and said they were security officials from Chechnya.
However, this did not impress the police officers, and they detained the offenders. One of them turned out to be Assistant Prosecutor from Ingushetia’s Karabulak Umar Balaev.
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