Presnensky court of Moscow was placed under house arrest until November 29, one of the defendants in the case about the organization of brothels with minors – security officer OMVD on area Ivanovo Vadim Loyko, reports TASS.

The investigator asked to arrest Loikaw, as the investigation is still not over. Protection, by contrast, insisted on the absence of evidence to the communion of man to fire. “The investigation has not presented any evidence linking my client to the alleged crime, and no charges are filed, ask for house arrest,” – said the lawyer of the accused.

Loyko said that following the orders of his chief – chief of criminal investigation Department in Ivanovo region Andrei Lomakin. “As a Junior Opera I worked in the CID for about five years, without having access to secrecy,” he said.

Note that according to the court Loikaw not only allowed to leave home without the permission of the police, but left without the Internet and mobile communications.

Earlier media wrote that the case had been arrested seven or eight people, the source TASS claimed that “three civilians, two former and three current police officers, including the chief of criminal investigation Department of one of Moscow OVD”.

According to preliminary data, “the band was organized on the territory of the Eastern district network gay clubs, where through online ads hired persons to provide sexual services, including adolescents.”

“In the future, police detained clients who entered into a sexual relationship with a minor, and extorted large sums of money under the threat of criminal prosecution and long imprisonment,” – said the source TASS.



The suspect in the organization of brothels, a policeman was sent under house arrest 04.10.2016

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