Timiryazevsky district court of Moscow arrested until December 30, the citizen of Ukraine Maria Oleynik, who was detained together with fellow Andrew BorsodChem on suspicion of human trafficking. On Tuesday, November 1, reports channel "360".
The measure of restraint in form of detention for two months chosen at the request of the investigation, which considers that, being at liberty, the girl could escape from the court.
According to M24, currently the question on election of a preventive measure the second defendant in the case of the Bearded vulture.
The suspects were arrested On 30 October on suspicion of committing a crime under paragraph "g" of part 2 of article 127.1 of the criminal code ("human trafficking").
According to investigators, in October Olejnik and Bearded attracted to the provision of sexual services in Moscow, its 20-year-old friend, also a citizen of Ukraine. Subsequently, in order to make money they offered her to sell a kidney.
To do this, Oleinik and the Bearded man entered into negotiations with the buyer agencies, which, as an employee of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia, acting within the framework of the operational activities. On October 30 in one of the capital's hotels for the Ilmensky fare when you transfer the three thousand dollars they were detained, the question on presentation of charge and the election of his remand in custody.
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