вторник, 6 декабря 2011 г.

Saving swindler Glukhovskoi


An agent of Royal Thai Police reported that there was an Interpol wanted Russian criminal living in the country, Rumafia.com reports. The police put him under surveillance. Matching his photograph with the information from the Interpol Wanted Fugitive List, the police identified this individual with Russian native Aleksandr Glukhovskoi.

Glukhovskoi was put on Interpol wanted list for fraud and forgery after Moscow’s Ostankinsky Court issued an arrest warrant against him.

Thai police detained Glukhovskoi for not carrying an identity on him and reluctance to give his name. The detainee was transferred to Nathon, the main city of Samui island, and handed over to the officers of the Immigration Bureau.

Two lawyers turned up at bureau, saying they were representatives of the detainee. They presented a RF foreign passport with the visa of Thailand, issued at the border with Cambodia. The passport was that of 41-year-old Aleksandr Matveev, not 44-year-old Aleksandr Glukhovskoi. The police suspected forgery, and asked Russian consulate to validate authenticity of the passport and help them identify the detainee. The consulate reaction was “unexplainable”, the police of Thailand said. Russian diplomats refused to cooperate and advised that the police asked Russian Prosecutor General’s Office through diplomatic channels.

Unable to validate the authenticity of the passport, which the lawyers claimed was authentic, the police set free Aleksandr Glukhovskoi. After 48-hour detention he was released and departed in unknown direction.

Russian consul in Thailand Andrei Dvornikov refused to comment on the information about alleged Aleksandr Glukhovsky’s detention.


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