A Moscow court fined a man 20,000 rubles for selling a fake certificate with a negative PCR test. This was reported on the website on July 5. Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation…
“The judge of the Nikulinsky District Court of Moscow has appointed the man who falsified the medical certificate, a court fine of 20 thousand rubles,” the message says.
It is noted that in March, the attacker sold a fictitious certificate to a citizen with a negative result of a PCR test for coronavirus. The results of the technical and forensic study confirmed that the seals on the document did not correspond to the printed forms of the indicated medical organization.
A criminal case was initiated on the basis of a crime under Article 327 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (forgery, production or sale of forged documents).
Evidence of guilt was collected in full. A petition was sent to the court to terminate the criminal case and to impose a criminal-legal measure on the suspect in the form of a court fine. The judge satisfied him.
Earlier on the same day, in the east of Moscow, as part of an operational experiment, police detained a man selling certificates of vaccination against COVID-19 for 4,100 rubles. The police agreed to purchase a vaccination certificate with the malefactor, met with a courier near the Partizanskaya metro station and received an envelope with a vaccination certificate. Later it was found that the document was fake. The organizer was a 30-year-old resident of the capital, who was later detained on Saykin Street.
Earlier, on June 30, it became known that five couriers with fake coronavirus vaccination certificates were detained in Moscow in a week. All orders were made via the Internet, and one of the couriers was found to have 20 fake certificates at once.
On June 24, lawyer Viktoria Danilchenko told Izvestia that the production and use of fake vaccination certificates fall under two criminal articles at once.
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