Case of deputy chief of Mongolian state special security authority that beat policeman dropped by court

Chingeltei district court of Ulaanbaatar dismissed case of high-ranking state special security officials beating ordinary policemen at night club.


P.Bataa, deputy director of  Mongolian State special security authority and T.Batbileg, senior officer of the same authority attacked and beaten police patrol while drunk in night club” Face” in downtown Ulaanbaatar in midnight of Dec 18, 2016.

According to local news media, P.Bataa and T.Batbileg tried to run over the policemen with their official vehicle that belonged to State Special security Authority / plate no.00-11 УНҮ/ and tore uniforms and threw away cell phones of the policemen.

State special security officers are long considered “special or privileged” people that often acts above law and abuses and threatens ordinary citizens of the country.

The authority is responsible for guarding government facilities and offices and considered to be a den of corrupt and powerful officials that wear official uniforms.

Criminal case have been launched against the duo under article of the criminal law” hooliganism” and investigated by Police department of the Chingeltei district.

Unsuprisingly, the case was dropped by police authorities after the two violent officials are dismissed from their official positions by the state security authority.

 If ordinary citizens were charged under hooliganism, they usually convicted jail time according to Criminal law of Mongola.

Losing their jobs seems most severe punishment for those government officials long considered “holy cows” that can not be touched by law.


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