The SBI detained a gang of police officers who “beat” money from innocent people

Photo: dbr.gov.ua

The group consisted of five people

If the victims did not have the required amount, they were forced to call their relatives or friends, or to get a quick loan on the Internet.

In the Dnipropetrovsk region, officers of the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) exposed an organized criminal group of police officers who “knocked out” confessions and money from innocent citizens. The attackers have been operating for almost a year. About this on Monday, September 20, reported GBR press service.

It is noted that the group was headed by an operative of one of the regional departments of the National Police in the region.

“To improve their own statistics, the police used force against the detainees so that they confess to crimes that they did not commit. But more often werewolves in uniform took the detainees to the police station and” knocked “funds out of them,” the message says.

At the same time, the attackers intimidated the detained citizens, morally oppressed, and also used physical violence. In particular, they put a plastic bag on one man’s head and threatened with violence if he did not pay them 30 thousand hryvnias.

If the victims did not have the required amount, they were forced to call relatives or friends in order to borrow money, or get a quick loan on the Internet. The detainees were released only when they received funds.

All five police officers are charged with abuse of power, which was accompanied by violence, as well as extortion and obtaining unlawful benefits (parts 2, 3 of article 28, part 2 of article 365 and part 3 of article 28, part 3 of article 368 UK).

The sanctions of the articles provide for punishment in the form of imprisonment for up to 10 years with the deprivation of the right to hold certain positions or engage in certain activities for up to three years with confiscation of property.

Recall the State Bureau of Investigations calculatedthat in 2021 the “leaders” in terms of the number of bribes were policemen.

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