The SBU officers promised a businessman not to carry out the checks at his plant, close the criminal proceedings that have been started earlier, as well as not to interfere with his business.
As it turned out, at first the officials demanded from a businessman a bribe in the amount of UAH 50 thousand, but over time their "appetite" grew up.
Military Prosecutor's Office of the Southern Region of Ukraine has completed a pre-trial investigation and sent the indictment to the court. Now the court will decide the fate of the criminals in uniform.
As QHA reported earlier, in February this year two SBU employees were detained in the city of Zaporozhye. The latter demanded a UAH 200 thousand bribe to close the criminal proceedings launched due to the abuse at one of the major budget-forming businesses.
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