Southern Urals Interior Ministry asks FSB to assist in search for traitor
The network got compromising data on one of the employees of the department.
The head of the State Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Chelyabinsk region, Andrey Sergeev, ordered to identify the person who posted compromising material on head officer Denis Grachev. URA.RU reports with reference to sources.
“Up to the involvement of the FSB, since we are talking about leakage of official information. The main board conducts the check,” said the source portal.
The document posted the Police Ombudsman public page on its page in VKontakte. According to him, the schoolgirl accuses Denis Grachev of lewd acts. Now the report can no longer be read; the user who posted the scans is blocked.
We are talking about the events of June 9, 2016. According to incriminating documents, that day a drunken man stuck like glue to a 16-year-old resident of Yalta and her friend. The social network indicated that the girl wrote a statement against the deputy head of the Economic Crime Department of the State Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Chelyabinsk region, Lieutenant Colonel Denis Grachev.
The department, in turn, noted that in 2016, this fact has already been checked. “The facts were not confirmed. Fake news. It discredits the employees of the Department of Internal Affairs," said the press service of the State Ministry of Internal Affairs of the region.
The interlocutor of the portal, in turn, adds that the story is really in doubt. For example, the question arises – why does it appear once again after two years.
“This is made to discredit him [Grachev] right now. Everything can be just revenge for the cases that he was investigating,” the anonymous author suggested.
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After the Colonel Zakharchenko scandal, Andrey Kurnosenko and some of his colleagues were told that they were not fit for the job. However, the head of the Economic Security and Anti-Corruption Department retained his post.