The honor of carrying the coffin of the criminal Russian police chief decided to protect

The honor of carrying the coffin of the criminal Russian police chief decided to protectThe Amur District Police (Khabarovsk Territory) intend to go to court after reports on the network that their head took part in the funeral of local crime boss Yuri Zaruba. On Thursday, January 10, the head of the press service of the regional administration of the Interior Ministry, Irina Shchegoleva , reported RIA Novosti .

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“A lawsuit on the protection of honor and dignity will be prepared after the completion of the inspection, the information should be assessed by our lawyers,” the agency representative explained. It clarifies that the local prosecutor’s office, the head of which was also allegedly noticed among the participants of the funeral procession, refrained from commenting.

Earlier, a resident of Amursk told in social networks about the head of the district police, who carried the coffin of the criminal authority of Zaruba. Policemen immediately arrived at the recording person. “They told us to remove videos from all the resources we published. Otherwise there will be problems, ”he explained.

On January 9, a video of the funeral procession with the coffin of Zarubin, who recently died of cancer, appeared on the network . Judging by the record, at least a hundred people participated in the funeral, they actually blocked traffic on one of the city streets.

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