Russia’s police top brass uses slave labour


Russian police top brass uses slave labour, a former police official has alleged. Speaking to The New Times, Larisa Krepkova, former Lieutenant-Cynologist at the Zubr (Bison) riot police unit in the Moscow suburb of Shchelkovo, claimed that the unit seized guest workers from the CIS in the labour market on Yaroslavl Highway. The workers were then sent to work as slave labour at the country houses of senior police officials. Those who tried to escape were savagely beaten. One of the dachas where slaves were held was that of Mikhail Sukhodolsky, deputy head of Russia's Ministry of Interior.

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