How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

We were never invited to this house because its owner, Head of Road Police in the Stavropol region of Russia, probably didn’t wish the public to see how he lives. But just recently he has been detained on suspicion of corruption and crime of professional misconduct. Now the photos of his house are widely covered by the Russian media.

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

 

19 thoughts on “How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police”

  1. And what is his salary?

    Pretty nice digs, especially for a civil servant. But then again, he probably has “connections” or came from a wealthy family.

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  2. Just a petty criminal in Putin’s Russia. Imagine the houses of criminal in chief Putin. Well, don’t imagine : Navalny showed it all.

    And, meanwhile, in Russia, babouchkas go to the well to get fresh water, through dirt/mud roads…

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  3. The place is obviously magnificent, but as the old saying goes:
    “There’s no softer pillow than a clean conscience.”

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  4. Kind of malice from you, English Russia, because no doubts, that this honest officer who does everything possible for glory of his homeland had that house and cars and everything else rented for reasonable money related to his salary ….. in other words …… this kind of motherfuckers is the reason why Russia will always be a land of great, wise, sad and unfree people living in the mode: beriozky, vodka i clivota :/

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    • You do know he’s not the president anymore so you don’t have to go out of your way to hate him, right? You may wish to consider seeing a psychologist to discover the source of your vile and venom, Depending on their school of thought they’re likely to connect it to your mother, or it’s really a facade for self loathing.

      Either way, I truly do pity your soul for being so close to such a mind filled with so much derangement that Mr. Trump has become the ultimate bogeyman. Have you ever wondered *why* your every thought is consumed by him? Perhaps it’s some sort of unrequited affection: You are clearly infatuated with him.

      How else could you see him in pictures of a house?

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  5. He mustn’t do a lot to need al those home trainers.
    It look like a philanthropist home, and that the policemen are incorruptible in Russia!

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  6. Kind of malice from you, English Russia, because no doubts, that this honest officer who was doing everything possible for glory of his homeland and he had that house and cars and everything else rented for reasonable money related to his salary ….. in other words …… this kind of mother fu ck.ers is the reason why Russia will always be a land of great, wise, sad and unfree people living in the mode: beriozky, vodka i clivota :/

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  7. Irrespective of the owner’s demerits or what one may think of the style, the craftsmen who built it did beautiful work. Consider that if in 500 years it is still standing, it will be regarded as an artistic treasure, much like the Tsar’s palace.

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  8. There’s a kind of crab in the Sea of Cortez that takes up residence in a disused snail shell by backing into it and then wearing it like a giant body hat as well as sleeping in it. It can extend its legs and walk around with its adopted home protecting it’s soft-shelled body and quickly back into the shell and retract its legs when danger is near. The crab will keep its shell until outgrowing it. When the crab no longer fits it will search for a bigger shell and discard the old one. It’s not as swift a process as it seems. These crabs are compelled to decorate the outside of their shells with all manner of frilly, fluffy, bright and dark bits and pieces. Many are living things that can anchor themselves to the shell once the crab places them upon it. The shells quickly become crowded with all manner of gaudy items. This home reminds me of those crabs. Unfortunately for the crabs they also feel compelled to take all their “stuff” with them when they move to a bigger shell. Moving is therefore more than simply backing into a capacious new snail shell. Every single bit of decor must be transferred by claw from the old shell to the new shell. There will be some blank spots because the new shell is bigger than the old one. More’s the joy–another collecting trip will be undertaken and more bits and pieces lovingly applied. I wouldn’t relish moving this officer’s belongings. I hope someone shows him a nice Danish Modern decorating magazine before he moves to his next dwelling. There is more beauty in a home barely containing anything than in one stuffed to the gills with symbols of a time long gone and wealth of the flimsiest kind.

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