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Friday, October 28, 2016

Media: the head of Moore Igor Zinoviev resigns

The chief of Moscow criminal investigation Department Igor Zinoviev according to unconfirmed information down from office. Earlier it became known that all employees of Moore in addition to “homicide” was removed from the staff.

photo: Dmitry Katerinov

The chief of Moscow criminal investigation Department (CID) the General-the major of police Igor Zinoviev is leaving his post, reported TASS a source in law enforcement bodies. As expected, in the near future he will head the Department of internal Affairs on East administrative district of Moscow.

Who will lead instead MOORE Zinoviev, is still unknown. Candidacy in his place, noted the Agency interlocutor. While official confirmation of the resignation of Igor Zinoviev has not yet been reported.

Zinoviev was born in 1964 in Moscow, since 1985 working in the bodies of internal Affairs. In December 2011, Zinoviev was appointed head of the Department of internal Affairs on Northern administrative district (Sao) of Moscow, chief Moore was appointed in 2014.

Earlier, a source TASS reported on the reorganization of the Moscow criminal investigation Department, which the state Department was only employees of lethal Department”, responsible for investigating murders. According to the interlocutor of the Agency, the reform of Moore’s plan to improve the efficiency of the Department and get rid of corrupt officials.

The state was also withdrawn staff associated with the press — to deal with the so-called leaks of operational information to the media. Source TASS said that the withdrawal for the staff of Moore doesn’t mean that they will be dismissed.


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