“You know, our system, the system of the Interior Ministry, is very transparent,” he said.Link. That would be Deputy Chief Vladimir Grebenyuk of the police force in Novorossiysk, Russia, commenting on an inquiry into assertions by an officer in the department that there is endemic corruption among Russian police. to inquiries “Not a single fact presented by [the officer] was confirmed,” Deputy Chief Grebenyuk said. “Everything he said was false and invented.”
Grebenyuk made no effort to explain how the Novorossiysk police chief can afford to live in a "spacious beachfront home" while he earns $25,000 a year.