The former Major-General of Justice, who gave testimony to his ex-boss, escaped the confiscation of property and was given the right to a UDO.
The former deputy head of the GSS of the Moscow Kremlin was also deprived of the title for helping the criminal authority named Italian. Nikandrov managed to avoid a more severe punishment, having surrendered his immediate superior Alexander Drymanov to the investigation.
The werewolf, who had crawled into Russian law enforcement agencies, was deprived of epaulettes and sentenced to a fine of 32 million rubles.
The former head of the Investigative Committee for Moscow did not have a month to obtain a lawyer status, which would protect him from the upright testimony of ex-subordinates.
He was charged with receiving a bribe from a thief in the law of Shakro the Young (Zakhary Kalashov).