Former Moscow Region police officer pleaded CIA agent

A former employee of the Moscow region police Eugene Tchistov sentenced for treason to 13 years in prison. This was announced by the FSB Public Relations Center of the Russian Federation, reports Tass.

Moscow Regional Court found him guilty of espionage. It was found that for three years he sold the CIA information constituting a state secret, says the FSB. Net recognized his guilt and the fact that the recruitment of US intelligence agencies.

According to investigators, in 2011 net, he served in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, on his own initiative established contact with the CIA. After recruitment, he collected and passed to the Americans for a cash consideration available to him in the service information.

According to the verdict, the former police officer will serve his sentence in a penal colony.
Earlier, on October 8, the Bryansk regional court sentenced a Russian citizen Victor Shura to 12 years in prison for spying for Ukraine. According to investigators, December 9, 2014, he collected the information constituting a state secret, secure facilities for the Russian Defense Ministry on the territory of the Bryansk region on the instructions of the Border Service of Ukraine. On the same day Shur was detained by FSB officers at the border crossing.

September 21, the Moscow City Court sentenced former GRU officer Gennadiy Kravtsov to 14 years in prison for treason. He was found guilty in the transmission of sensitive data on the spacecraft “Celina-2.” According to the FSB, the “base case was initiated … the fact of the direction of e-mail to the website of Radio Centre of the Ministry of Defence of Sweden treatment in which Kravtsov told about the activities of Russian space exploration.”

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