Lady from Interior Ministry: Police officers nicknamed their boss for her love of luxury
At that, the police Chief criticizes her subordinates, suspecting them all of bribery.
In the metropolitan police department Severny, the new boss, Colonel Svetlana Zhuravleva was nicknamed Boyarynya (Mistress). Her colleagues emphasize her passion for luxury lifestyle. At that, the police Chief criticizes the officers of her department, suspecting them all of bribery and abuse of official position for financial gain.
A citizen journalist, via the app LifeCorr, sent a video, which captured a regular day of the Chief of the MIA Department Severny for Internal Affairs Directorate for the North-East of Moscow, Svetlana Zhuravleva.
The 49-year-old woman wearing a fur coat leaves the workplace in the middle of a working day in the Mercedes. She is dressed in civilian clothes. From the police department, the woman goes shopping, leaves a tidy sum in the first boutique on the Dmitrov highway. She has two iPhones 7 in her hands.
As one can see on the video, the woman walks around the shop, examines display windows with jewelry with interest, makes a purchase.
- When I come to you for shopping, only a fiver (5000 rubles) is left in my purse, she said at the end of shopping.
The shop assistants in this boutique know Colonel Zhuravleva very well: they give the permanent client a generous present – a necklace by Claudio Sanzian for 13 thousand rubles.
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