Son of former Senator Amir Gallyamov knocks down Moscow traffic police officer
According to witnesses, Timur Gallyamov behaved inadequately.
Metropolitan police detained the son of the ex-Minister of Sports of the Moscow region and former Senator Council of Federation Amir Gallyamov, who deliberately knocked down a traffic police inspector in Moscow, Baza Telegram channel reports.
Police stopped the Timur Gallyamov's off-road Land Cruiser for checking documents. After that, for some unknown reason, the son of the Senator decided to hide from the inspectors. Traffic police unit went in pursuit of the offender. In the area of Mosfilmovskaya street, the inspector ran to the SUV, and Gallyamov deliberately knocked down a policeman and tried to escape. However, he could not go far. During the detention, witnesses noted his poor behavior.
From 2007 to 2012, Amir Gallyamov was the Senator of the Federation Council from the Amur region. Until 2013, he served as the Minister of Sports of the Moscow region, resigned at his own will.
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