Press service of Moscow Central Board refutes reports of MCID operatives' mass dismissal
Earlier, the media reported about the dismissal of almost all employees of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department.
The source of the CrimeRussia reported that widespreaded in the media information on the withdrawal of almost all MCID employees is untrue. According to the source, as soon as possible the press service of the MIA Main Directorate of Russia in Moscow will issue an official denial. The source confirmed that the police Major General Igor Zinoviev really leaves the post of Head of the MCID.
Recall that on August 29 the media reported the reorganization of the Moscow Police, including Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, the Main Investigations Directorate and the press service of the Chief Directorate. According to the report, almost all operatives, excluding those of the homicide department, were declared excess.
Dubki of discord. Rosneft manager accused of attempted raiding takeover of cottage community in Moscow region
Forcible takeovers, smear campaigns, forging documents, property damages, and fraudulent elections – the intensity of emotions in a small cottage community located in the Chekhov district of the Moscow region resembles a rebellion in a banana republic. The CrimeRussia performed an inquiry into the 14-year-long battle fought by the residents of Dubki+ (Oaks+) cottage noncommercial partnership.
The Finnish police came with searches to a journalist who wrote an article about local special services spying upon the Russian military. The author of the material managed to break her computer with a hammer before the arrival of law enforcement officers.
The precedent is proposed to be given for leader of the criminal group of drug traffickers Sharori Tabarov, aka Sher. He led a criminal group of people from Tajikistan who was accused of smuggling and trying to spread 600 kg of heroin on the territory of the Russian Federation.
In 2012, Russian businessman Aleksandr Perepelichny suddenly died in Great Britain. At first, the doctors had diagnosed death from coronary insufficiency, but later the forensic examination found traces of poisoning. In September, owner of Technocomplekt followed his fate.