Press finds out who third woman in Ufa rape case was
She was outside, waiting for her friend, who was also at the party with the policemen.
One of the ‘three women’ mentioned by the lawyer of one of the alleged rapists did not go upstairs to the office where the incident occurred. She waited outside for her friend, who was also at the party with the policemen, and they both left before the victim was raped, according to Komsomolskaya Pravda that cited a law enforcement source.
“Two investigators were at the party drinking alcohol. But then the women had a fight and the victim’s friend called someone and asked to come and take her home. That third woman did not even go to the second floor, where the office was. She waited for her friend in the car and gave her a ride. The victim was abused only after that,” said the source of the publication.
The 23-year-old female investigator was raped on the night of October 29-30 in the migration department of the Ufa Internal Affairs. The victim filed a report against three of her colleagues, including her immediate superior, in the morning.
The ICR opened criminal cases under articles pertaining to rape (item (a), part 2 of Art. 131) and sexual assault (item (a), part 2 of Art. 132). Eduard Matveev, 51, former Ufa MIA head, Pavel Yaromchuk, 34, his Karmaskaly counterpart, and Salavat Galiev, 50, former migration department head were placed in custody for two months. All of the defendants were fired for misconduct.
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