The Samara District Court of Samara announced a decision on the criminal case of the former head of the duty unit of police department No. 6 Alexei Borisov and his employee Kirill Chuprov. They were found guilty of accepting bribes for providing classified information.
As the information portal writes VolgaNews, In the spring of 2020, Chuprov contacted a citizen on the Internet who wished to receive information about third parties, offering a reward for this. Chuprov offered to make money in this way to his boss, Borisov, who agreed to be in business. As a result, Borisov passed the requested data to Chuprov, the latter received fees for them and shared them with his boss. In total, dealers in classified information earned about 600 thousand rubles. The citizen Pavlov from Novocheboksarsk financed the criminal activity. The final recipient were members of the headquarters of Alexei Navalny* (recognized as extremist and banned on the territory of the Russian Federation).
The information shared by the officers of the duty unit concerned their colleagues from the FSB.
As a result, Alexei Borisov was given nine years in a strict regime colony, with the deprivation of the right to hold positions in the police for three years and deprivation of his rank, and with a fine of 5.9 million rubles. Kirill Chuprov was given five years in a strict regime colony, with deprivation of his title and a fine of 5.9 million rubles, the court said.
- * – an extremist organization banned in the Russian Federation