The forerunner, who testified against General Mikhail Maksimenko of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and the head of the Tambov OPG Vladimir Kumarin, was shot on the move in his car. The killers were traveling by car with Finnish numbers. Why the FSB informant did not have departmental protection is not known.
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).