Moscow police check video with reckless drivers of TiNAO MIA officer's wedding train
Karahan Balakerimov said that he did know nothing about BMW, which drove backwards to the cortege.
The Moscow police began a check on the video, in which drivers of luxury cars from the wedding convoy violated traffic rules. 26-year-old officer of the Moscow Novomoskovsky and Troitsky districts of Moscow (TiNAO) Karahan Balakerimov celebrated his marriage.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, Karahan Balakerimov celebrated his marriage in a big way a few months ago. The video, shot the wedding convoy, dated in the summer of 2016, but appeared only now. The video shows how BMW drives backwards on Vernadsky Prospekt in Moscow. According to Life, an exclusive car drove several kilometers in such a manner. Groom Karahan Balakerimov was in the passenger seat of a white Cadillac Escalade with a smile and looked at what was happening. Note that only prestigious cars participated in a wedding motorcade: Bentley, Gelandewagen, Mercedes and others.
The Moscow MIA Central Board appointed a check for violation of traffic rules by the BMW driver. In addition, the police also establish whether their colleague involved in this violation. If Balakerimov's guilt is established, he "will be subject to disciplinary action up to dismissal."
Recently married Balakerimov told Life that he did not know the driver of BMW. Allegedly, the foreign car, driving backwards, was not a part of the motorcade.
"Do you see me in the car, which violates rules? No. I smile because my motorcade goes right. I do not know who broke, and I do not want to know,"- said Balakerimov.
Karahan Balakerimov came to work in the police two years ago, when finished the Police Academy n.a. V.Y. Kikot. Then-Head of the Department of Internal Affairs Colonel Sergey Ternovykh hired him. Detective Balakerimov is engaged in the fight against organized crime in the 6th operations and search division.
Video: Dancing wedding train of the police officer
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