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Offline jimukr105

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Re: Advice on taking a case against the police
« Reply #30 on: 18:30 03-Jun-2018 »
ok where's the update?

Did anything get done?



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Re: Advice on taking a case against the police
« Reply #31 on: 20:10 16-Jul-2018 »
No, nothing at all.  I was advised to go to the prosecutor's office, apparently if you lodge a complaint with them then the police must investigate it.  But I have lost all faith in the Ukrainian police, I don't believe anything will be done.  And sadly, I think if I draw more attention to myself, I'll be setting myself up for constant harassment from them in the future.

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Re: Advice on taking a case against the police
« Reply #32 on: 10:18 17-Jul-2018 »
No, nothing at all.  I was advised to go to the prosecutor's office, apparently if you lodge a complaint with them then the police must investigate it.  But I have lost all faith in the Ukrainian police, I don't believe anything will be done.  And sadly, I think if I draw more attention to myself, I'll be setting myself up for constant harassment from them in the future.

I've been there. If you go to the prosecutor, the best scenario is probably if you could influence someone high up to ensure you are left the Frak alone.
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