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The former head of the Far Eastern Operational Customs has been arrested for taking bribes
The former head of the Far Eastern Operational Customs, Pavel Fomin, was taken into custody. He is suspected of taking bribes on a large scale.
As the RIA News" With reference to the press secretary of the Basmanny Court of Moscow, in custody, Pavel Fomin will hold until July 27. He faces up to 15 years of a colony with a fine of 70-fold from the bribes received.
When the former head of the Far Eastern Operational Customs was arrested, he was listed as unemployed. Pavel Fomin left his post almost a year ago of his own accord, but on the eve of his resignation, the department was searched. Prior to this, on suspicion of taking bribes, they arrested the former first deputy head of a higher organization, the Far Eastern Customs Administration, Sergey Fedorov.