MIA veteran detained for pedophilia was convicted for tortures
Vyacheslav Grigoryev is accused of harassing a 12-year-old girl.
Ex-police officer from Yekaterinburg, Vyacheslav Grigoryev, who has come under investigation for harassing a 12-year-old girl, had been previously convicted for tortures. This is reported by Ura.ru referring to a source in law enforcement bodies.
In particular, a source of the portal noted that in 1998, Grigoryev was convicted by the Novouralsky City Court under part 1 of Art. 117 (Torture). He was sentenced to two years’ suspended prison sentence, but he was exonerated under amnesty.
After this story, Grigoryev left the law enforcement service, but for health reasons, not negative reasons. The lawyer of the former policeman, Anton Mazov, explained in a conversation with the portal, that Grigoryev was an escort policeman.
Three years after leaving the service, Grigoryev once again came to the attention of law enforcement officers. This time, he was charged with Hooliganism (part 1 of Art. 213). But the case never made it to court and was terminated due to expiration of limitation period.
Now Grigoryev is in custody for the time of investigation.