Friends of policewoman who committed suicide say she was bullied by her boss
According to relatives, the girl complained of knocking by the leadership.
Some details of investigator Kristina Alhovskaya's suicide in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug (KhMAO) became known. In particular, the friends of the deceased said that the girl was "a positive, bright and emotional" person. She finished her studies in Altai and began her career in the bodies as well, but she agreed to the transfer to the KhMAO in January this year to promote career.
At first, she enjoyed her new post, but then Kristina began to complain about bullying by her boss, Newsru.com writes. At long last, the chief of the Ministry of Internal Affairs department in the city of Langepas, Lieutenant Colonel of Justice D. Murtazina forbade the subordinate to eat sweets in public places.
Therefore, the girl wrote in her suicide note: "I did not walk around the city eating an ice cream."
Earlier, The CrimeRussia reported that the investigator shot herself in her office from a service weapon, being on duty. She accused her boss of the suicide, stating that the chief bullied her.
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