200 cases over corruption
Head of Western Military District Military Investigations Directorate of Russia’s Investigative Committee (SK) Lieutenant General of Justice Oleg MOROZOV answers questions of Krasnaya Zvezda.
- Mr Morozov, in February in our newspaper you told to readers about activity of Western Military District Military Investigations Directorate of SK and subordinate military investigating bodies in 2011. What were the changes in crime dynamics for the first half of 2012?
Alexander Bastrykin: If they find that I earned even 1 euro in profit, I will resign
The Head of Investigative Committee (SKR) told Izvestia all the details of the recent “Czech story”: Why he needs an apartment in the Czech Republic and why he doesn’t need a residence permit in a European country
Investigative Committee will involve volunteers to search for missing children
Simultaneously with searches for An-2 which disappeared a month ago in Serov, inquiry is ongoing into this emergency situation. The criminal case is investigated by Urals Transport Investigations Directorate of Russia’s Investigative Committee. RG Correspondent has met with the Head of the Directorate Dmitry Putintsev.
Prisoners of video camera
Head of the Investigation Committee Alexander Bastrykin comments on investigation into 6 May mass riots
Yesterday the Chairman of the Russia’s Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin was the guest of our editorial office. Telling about investigation of the most celebrated cases, he also answered those embarrassing questions about his agency, widely discussed in Internet and media.
SERGEY DUBROVIN: “OUR PRIORITIES ARE IN FIGHTING CORRUPTION AND TERRORISM”
Head of Investigative Department of the RF Investigative Committee for Stavropol Territory Sergey Dubrovin won regional juridical prize “Lawyer of the year - 2011” in the nomination “Human Rights and Law-Enforcement Activity”. Mr Dubrovin has given an interview to our paper telling how one of the key law enforcement agencies works and defends interests of citizens and the state.
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