Court made a decision on the case of intimidated warder, who had organized an escape of Rambo, the head of organized crime group
The intimidated warder provided a court prisoner with mobile communication and did not report about the escape for a long time.
The court found guilty a junior officer of supervisory board of federal government agency (penal colony settlement № 19) of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in Kirov region. He committed crimes under Part 1 of the Article 286 (“Exceeding Official Powers”), Part 5 of the Article 33 and Part 1 of the Article 313 (“Escape from a Place of Confinement, Arrest, or Custody”) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
In January 2016 a 26-year officer of the Federal Penitentiary Service guarded a condemned under grave offense’s articles (murder and kidnapping) Igor Muzalevski named by Rambo. The prisoner was transferred to the hospital of Oparinsky District of Kirov region for medical examination. On the night of January 24 Muzalevski got out through the hospital’s window and the officer of the Federal Penitentiary Service, who saw that, did not defeat the escape and inform anyone about it for a long time. After an initiation of criminal case the officer was dismissed from the service.
As the inquiry progresses leaked out that the officer gave his mobile phone, from which the prisoner called and kept up a correspondence, preparing to escape, to Muzalevski regularly.
As a result, the junior officer of supervisory board was sentenced to 1,5 years of imprisonment with a probation period of 10 months.
On February 11 Muzalevski was attached in a rented apartment in Kazan. He did not maintain resistance. It was found 800 000 rubles under his belt. The head of Tatarstan organized crime group Rambo is known as a murderer, robber and for illegal possession of weapons. Muzalevski’s gang was arrested in August 2002, when they kidnapped Kazan businesswoman and her husband and took to a garage in a military town. But investigators were waiting for the gang there. Rambo was sentenced to 17 years 11 months and sent to serve sentence in correction facility of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in Kirov region. According to sources, Rambo bribed officers of the Federal Penitentiary Service and agreed to be transferred to penal colony settlement. When this became known and he would return to high-security penal colony, he was transferred to the district hospital under the supervision of the very same guard. The investigative committee said that Muzalevski hadintimidated the officer and that was the reason why he did not report about the escape.
Muzalevski was also found guilty of the escape and was sentenced to 1 year 4 months imprisonment. At the same time, according to the Federal Penitentiary Service, Muzalevski’s original bid will be terminated within 4 years. However, the court held the final sentence for Rambo to 4 years 8 months in a colony with a strict regime (inclusive of escape’s bid).
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