Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Sep 28, 2010.
The hell for this guy is just starting, hes back door will be open in prison for all the guys
How do you know he was "busted?"
Aleksei Dymovsky was an average 32 year-old cop in Novorossiysk, Russia. Sick of
the endemic corruption on the police force, he sat down and made a simple
YouTube video of himself talking about the problem. How'd that work out?
He became a big hero! Two million YouTube views!
But he was fired from his job as a police officer.
Then, according to the NYT, the "police interrogated him, his relatives and his
close friends, and raided their homes."
Also they tried to plant drugs on him.
Then they arrested him and charged him with embezzling.
He was jailed in isolation for six weeks.
After being released, he was ordered to pay damages to the local police chief
And he and his family are still being threatened by the police.
..... *deep voice* Its just begun
In Russia, Corruption exposes police
Couldn't say I am not surprised. If the Moscow mayor can be fired by the president, regular cops like him don't stand a chance. He is lucky he is still alive, considering what happens to russians who try to expose corruption...
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