In the Penza region, a retired senior inspector of the penal inspection of the Federal Penitentiary Service of the Russian Federation was charged with extortion, as well as attempted fraudulent activity. This information follows from a statement by the regional department of the Federal Security Service.
It was revealed that a former employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, while in office, threatened a local businessman with violence and promised to involve prisoners in this process. In addition, the man noted that he allegedly had incriminating information about the entrepreneur and asked for three million rubles for his own silence.
FSB officers detained the accused red-handed during the transfer of money, and they were seized. The materials of the criminal case have been sent to court.
Earlier it was reported that the Basmanny Court of Moscow decided to arrest the mayor of the city of Kizilyurt in Dagestan, Magomed Magomedov, on charges of embezzlement on an especially large scale. The court granted the investigator’s request and decided to keep Magomedov in custody until December 2. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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