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police werewolves

police werewolves

A gang (an organized criminal grouping) under the leadership of Mikhail Shvalyuk, deputy head of the Kiev department of management, turned out such cases that caused blood to run cold in my veins.

They were looking for victims among the lonely, unprotected, dysfunctional residents of Kiev.

People were abducted, then taken to other cities and cruelly tortured. They were beaten, starved, blackmailed and forced to rewrite real estate on their people. Then, through black notaries and brokers, apartments were safely sold.

As a result, a bona fide purchaser, of course, did not guess the dark past of his new home.

The prosecutor's office proved two dead bodies - that’s what is official. Five are still missing, and there is reason to believe that they have been “soaked”. Five more victims were released from hostages. How many corpses can still float - only God knows.

What the monsters got up, one of the victims told a journalist of the investigation agency:

“After the torture, some victims were ready to sign anything, copying their apartments to strangers. But the killers still got rid of them. Pressed glass was added to food along with poison. ”

In a number of plots on television, it was suggested that the gang could act only with a powerful police cover from above.

Another episode of their activity is the re-registration of the apartments of the deceased and missing. Having access to a variety of government databases, such cases can be easily turned.

Information: Shvalyuka organized criminal group has been terrorizing Kiev residents since 2014. Some of its participants, including three policemen, were taken into circulation two times; in March 2016 and September 25 of this year, they were fabulously exposed, closed and declared suspicions of serious crimes. At the first arrest, now three law enforcement officers, as well as four civilians, are under judicial investigation in the SIZO, and for murder, robbery, robbery and fraud, they face life imprisonment with confiscation of property.