Moscow mopping-up of Chechen collectors: on suspicion of wheedling money security officials are detained 

Moscow mopping-up of Chechen collectors: on suspicion of wheedling money security officials are detained
One of the arrested extortionists

The inside of the CrimeRussia is confirmed by the official information of the Moscow MIA Main Directorate.

As predicted the informed source of the CrimeRussia in the course of a large-scale special operation to identify illegal actions of collectors there was detained an organized criminal group, which consisted of two active police officers in the Chechen Republic. The inside of the CrimeRussia is confirmed by the official information of the Moscow MIA Main Directorate. According to the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, it was possible to detain extortionists, who acted under the order, when the big Moscow businessman, leading his activity in the service sector, had contacted with the police.

The businessman said that a group of people of Caucasian appearance has been extorting from him under the threat of violence more than a million rubles. Extortionists have been threaten not just him, but his family too. These testimonies have become the basis for a criminal case for part 3 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code (Extortion) in the Investigative Unit of the Main Investigations Directorate for the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.

On the eve a special operation to detain extortionists was held in Moscow. It is known that There were took the officers of the 6th Operations and Search of the Division Criminal Investigations Directorate, investigators of Main Investigations Directorate for the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee, as well as fighters of the Russian Special Police Force and Special Rapid Deployment Force. During the operation, five active members of organized crime group have been detained in age from 32 to 56 years, two of whom were acting Chechen policemen.

Law enforcement officers have found that the business partner of the abovementioned entrepreneur had recourse to the mopping-out staff. Shortly before that, there was a conflict between them.

Places of residence of detained in Moscow region were raided, as a result of it there were seized an arsenal of weapons: traumatic and combat pistols, a shotgun, machine gun and ammunition to them. In addition, the brass knuckles were found dusts a large sum of money and the application for assistance in the return of the money. Currently, all persons involved were detained in the order of Art. 91 Code of Criminal Procedure. It is possible that it is not a single criminal episode, connected with the provision of collection services, methods of which go beyond the law. The investigation continues.

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Earlier, an informed source of the CrimeRussia has learned that in Moscow there is a large-scale special operation, which turned out that the Chechen groups of collectors are the epicenter of it. These guys with tightened brutal appearance have repeatedly become defendants in criminal scandals in the capital. Then, the source predicted the detention of particular persons, that what happened. According to reports, the visitors are Chechen security forces, which are sent by the republic's leadership to Moscow to ensure the protection of senior politicians and reputable businessmen of Ramzan Kadyrov.

Journalists called the detached Chechens the Chechen regiment and found out that some of them permanently live in the VIP President Hotel, located in front of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. ogether with security of people from Kadyrov’s circle, members of the Chechen regiment regularly become defendants in criminal blockbusters, but tend to get off scot-free. Bes, Murat Bolshoy, Plohish, Bandit were accused of kidnapping, extortion, fraud, raider attacks, killings, and collector activity, which methods were often beyond the law and looked as criminal activity.

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