In the Urals will be judged ex-COP who shot at passer

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The case of former COP accused of wounding a passer-by from a gun, sent to the court in the Sverdlovsk region, said on Friday the regional Prosecutor’s office.

In the case is a former employee of the detention center OMVD the city of Berezovsky. According to investigators, the evening of 30 June, a drunken policeman stopped on the road in the woods near the bus stop two citizens one of the Asian republics and, upon presentation of the certificate, demanded to show documents. One of the foreigners ran away. Then a police officer, according to prosecutors, pulled out a gun Mr-80-13-T and shot in the head by the second, causing how to be further evaluated by the experts, «light injury». A criminal case was initiated.

As reported by a regional investigative management of SK, the victim himself went to the hospital. The investigation was carried out it is judicial-medical and is judicial-ballistic examination and, according to management, «questioned a significant number of witnesses.»

«The accused during the investigation, admitted his guilt. Criminal case is directed to Berezovsky city court for consideration in essence» — says the Prosecutor’s office.

The head a press-services gumvd on Sverdlovsk region Valery Gorelykh said that in fact was an official audit by results of which the employee of the detention center was dismissed, and the case was submitted to the territorial division of the UK. According to him, the head of the regional police cupola, Lieutenant-General Mikhail Borodin «signed a decree, according to which the admitted shortcomings in the work of educating the personnel of the supervisors of the police officers involved in a strict disciplinary responsibility».

«The three officials reprimanded, another leader warned of incomplete official conformity, which is the most severe punishment in the system of the MIA of Russia, followed only dismissal,» — said Gorelykh.