Ukrainian organ traders arrested by Moscow Timiryazevsky court
The Timiryazevskiy court of the capital arrested previously detained and charged with human trafficking two citizens of Ukraine until 30 December.
Interfax reported this referring to the press-secretary of the Timiryazevsky court Maria Prokhorycheva, noting that the Court granted the petition of the investigation.
22-year-old Andrey Borodach and 23-year-old Maria Oleinik not only involved their 20-year-old acquaintance in provision of sexual services, but obtained her consent for the sale of kidney.
The defendants were detained during money transfer in Moscow, where they have already found a potential buyer, who turned out to be the law enforcement operative. The suspects purposefully searched for people with financial difficulties on the Internet and asked them to sell their organs on the donor's purposes.
Lieutenant General Oleg Troshin announced he is going to retire in May 2018. He is doing it following a decision taken a year ago – not due to non-existent issues with the agency reported by some local media outlets.
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