Alexander Drymanov. Evgeny Biyatov / Sputnik via AP
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Russian security services have detained Moscow's former chief investigator over alleged links to mafia bosses, in the latest high-profile arrest of a top official, local media said Tuesday.The 50-year-old general, who retired last month, was questioned by the FSB security service in Moscow's high-security Lefortovo jail, Drymanov's lawyer Alexander Karabanov was quoted as saying.In March, a Russian court had sentenced him to about nine years and 10 months in a high security penal colony in a related extortion case.
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