Racketeering and blackmail: Head of Ingushetia MIA ССE detained on suspicion of banditry
Timur Khamkhoev with subordinates attacked the resident of Ingushetia. Сriminals stole a car belonging to him, a cell phone and demanded 800 thousand rubles for the return of property and non-disclosure of information about private life.
It became known the cause of the Ingushetia MIA Extremism Counteraction Center (ССE) Head Timur Khamkhoev's detention. According to official information of the press service of the Interior Ministry, a senior security official may be involved in the robbery. Khamkhoev and several of his subordinates were arrested in the framework of the criminal case.
The special operation on Khamkhoev’s and his alleged accomplices’ detention was carried out by the FSB and the MIA MBIA. The press service of the Interior Ministry reported that the Ingushetia MIA ССE Head’s involvement in the commitment of wrongful acts is established. He is currently detained according to Art. 91 Code of Criminal Procedure. Soon, the court shall choose a measure of restraint in relation to him.
Events that formed the basis of the criminal case took place on November 30 this year. On that day a group of unknown attacked the resident of Ingushetia. Criminals threating with violence stole a foreign car, cell phone and demanded 800 thousand rubles for the return of property and non-disclosure of information about private life.
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