Police station scandal. Policemen raped a volleyball player

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2019-08-27 12:00
Police station scandal. Policemen raped a volleyball player

Two police officers from Anapa in Russia are suspected of sexually abusing a 17-year-old girl, a beach volleyball player at a training camp. The police were to threaten the girl with the end of her sports career and, using the advantage, rape her. Proceedings are pending against officers.

Russia: police officers raped 17-year-old volleyball player at the camp Photo: Eugene Odinokov / Sputnik / East News

A 17-year-old from the Moscow region was in Anapa, a health resort on the Black Sea, at a training camp. The teenager is a player of the Russian youth beach volleyball team. One evening the girl spent time on the beach with her boyfriend. Policemen detained them then on charges of immoral behavior in a public place.

Soon after, the boy was released home. The 17-year-old remained at the police station. When the police found out that the teenager was professionally involved in playing beach volleyball, they began to threaten her with bringing the case to court. As they said, it would end the girl's sports career. & Nbsp;

According to urod.ru, the police were supposed to offer a 17-year-old a solution that would make the whole thing go into oblivion. It was supposed to be sexual abuse of the sportswoman. The frightened girl agreed. Two policemen were raped, the third, who was present at the police station, withdrew.

When the teenager was taken to the campsite, the girl told her trainer everything. The police were called in immediately.

The Interior Ministry of Russia confirms that three police officers from Anapa were released for a serious violent crime. Criminal proceedings were instituted against the policemen.

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