“She helped to hold the victim’s head and legs.” Woman to be involved in case for rape of investigator in Ufa

“She helped to hold the victim’s head and legs.” Woman to be involved in case for rape of investigator in Ufa
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The victim’s workmate is likely to be convicted of being an accessary to the rape.

Eyewitness of a collective rape of a 23-year-old woman who worked as an investigator in the city of Ufa is likely to be accused in the criminal case. The eyewitness is the victim’s workmate; she was present at the ‘feast’ on the night of October 30, 2018, in the office of the Migration Department of Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs in Ufa region. According to GorObzor.ru with reference to its source, the woman is likely to be convicted of being an accessary to the rape. According to the source, she helped to hold the victim’s head and legs during the rape abuse. The woman moved to another department following the incident.

Former head of Karmaskalinsky department of Russia’s MIA Salavat Galiev, former head of the Department of Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs in Ufa region Eduard Matveev, and former head of the Migration Department of Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs in Ufa region Pavel Yaromchuk are accused of rape committed by a group of persons (item 2a of article 131 of Russia’s Criminal Code) and violent actions of sexual character (item 3a of article 132) against their 23-year-old subordinate. The M.E. indicated there are injuries consistent with rape on the victim’s body. MIA dismissed the accused, without awaiting the judgment of the court.

At the present time, according to the source, Pavel Yaromchuk whose biomaterials were found during the first examination is in the punitive confinement. “Matveev and Galiev are more or less comfortably accommodated. They are tight-lipped. The only thing I can say is that we still don’t have the M.E. results on them,” the source reported.

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