[size=36]Inspectorate of Interior reveal the exposure of customs clearance companies to extort the police of the port of Trebil[/size]
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revealed the Interior Inspectorate, on Wednesday, offers customs clearance companies have been extorted by the police of the port of Trebil for $ 156 thousand.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, the inspector's office said it had received "complaints from customs clearance companies operating at the Trebil border port alleging that they were blackmailed and bargained by the Trebil police station officer forcing them to pay $ 156,000 in exchange for allowing them." Doing business. "
He added, "This order called on Inspector General Jamal al-Asadi to form an audit committee from his office in Anbar province, headed by the director of the office and the membership of a number of officers and employees of the office to find out the truth of the complaint, where the audit committee moved to the port and wrote down the statements of a number of owners of companies who have been blackmailed and bargained The officer reported to the jury that they were forced to pay more than $ 156,000 to the officer in the form of payments to allow their companies to work, threatening to prevent them from doing their jobs if they did not submit to pay by fabricating malicious charges against them.
He continued: "As proved to the Commission and through the sources of the Office of the Special Inspector General of the plaintiffs complainants and the involvement of the officer above the corruption and receipt of bribes from clearance companies as a merchant working in the port."
He pointed out that "the Audit Committee prepared a detailed report of the case, which includes evidence and documents proving the involvement of the officer bribery and extortion to the Inspector-General, including the recommendation to form an investigative board in which to uncover the circumstances and those involved in order to bring them to justice."