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The policeman who shot the video of the burning Aeroflot SSJ-100 aircraft at Sheremetyevo was dismissed. His colleague was reprimanded

The captain of the police threw off the record with friends in WhatsApp, after which the video was distributed over the network.

The police fired the employee who took the burning plane at the airport Sheremetyevo Sukhoi Superjet 100. This offense was considered “damaging the honor of law enforcement officers,” passes “Mediazona” referring to the press service of the Department of Transport Ministry of Interior in the Central Federal District.

Identify the authors of the video demanded State Duma Deputy Andrei Alshevskikh. The response of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which the parliamentarian posted on Facebook, indicated that the video was filmed by police captains Vishnyakov and Kudashov. Captain Vishnyakov sent a video to his acquaintances on WhatsApp, which caused a “wide public response with negative consequences.”

MIA’s answer to Andrei Alshevsky taken from 
Facebook by Andrei Alshevsky

The captain Vishnyakov, who posted the video, was dismissed, reprimand was announced to Captain Kudashov, the document says. It is not specified what exactly the record in the deputy’s request is.

Earlier, the Sheremetyevo airport management demanded “the strictest way” to punish the people who made and uploaded a video with unethical commenting on the emergency landing of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.

On the evening of May 5, the Aeroflot plane, which was traveling from Moscow to Murmansk, caught fire during an emergency landing at Sheremetyevo. On board the ship were 78 people, including five crew members. Because of the fire, 41 people died, including one child and a flight attendant.

On May 15, a source close to the investigation told Kommersant that lightning struck the SSJ-100, but the Aeroflot pilots themselves made a critical situation. He believes that the crew began to “press” the board to the ground – this maneuver and became the cause of the disaster.

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