In Khabarovsk the court sent the case three employees of pseudomedicine

A criminal case against three employees of pseudomedicine centers, where they treat a nonexistent disease, sent to the court in the Khabarovsk region, reported the official representative of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia Irina Wolf.

Earlier it was reported that in 2019, the police stopped the activities pseudomedical centers located in several cities in the Far East.

According to investigators, the intruders, not having special knowledge in the field of medicine, conducted a diagnosis of the health of clients - mostly elderly. After that, the doctors allegedly discovered they have a disease and offered treatment in the clinic. The cost of services ranged from 160 to 350 thousand rubles. Thus, States, under the guise of providing medical care, the defendants stole more than 13.5 million rubles from 124 citizens.

"Investigative management of UMVD of Russia across Khabarovsk Krai completed the preliminary investigation of criminal case concerning three women who are accused of committing a crime under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code (fraud)... the case with the approved Prosecutor indictment was sent to the Central district court of Khabarovsk for consideration on the merits," said Wolf.

She noted that previously the court had referred cases in relation to two of the staff in these centers. A preliminary investigation concerning other participants of the group continues.