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Former drug police helped kidnap people in Primorye
Six residents of Vladivostok will be put on trial for kidnapping and extortion committed by an organized group. They used fake drug licenses to commit crimes. The former employee of the Federal Drug Control Service helped them.
According to investigators, at the beginning of 2014, a resident of Vladivostok, who had previously been convicted of extortion, created an organized group to kidnap people involved, in his opinion, in drug trafficking. They demanded money, threatening criminal liability and violence.
According to the Prosecutor General’s Office in the FEFD, the abductors introduced themselves as officers of the Federal Drug Control Service of Russia and provided dummies of official IDs. The abducted persons were taken to a non-residential area in which the setting of the office room was imitated. Some reported others involved in drug trafficking, and then donated money to the kidnappers in order to avoid criminal liability. For nine years, attackers kidnapped a 22 man.
The person involved in the criminal case was a local resident who provided room to the attackers, as well as a former deputy head of the department of the Federal Drug Control Service of Russia in the Primorsky Territory. He was involved in two abductions.