Egorov, Mikhail Konstantinovich( Ex-Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Russia)
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Biography Egorov, Mikhail Konstantinovich
Born in 1946.
In 1967 he graduated from Ulan-Udi railway College. Generaloberst.
From 1972 to 1985, he worked in the police department of the Krasnoyarsk Krai Executive Committee.
Since 1991 - deputy head of criminal police MIA Russia. Then became head of department on organized crime.
During the August coup, he went against the Minister of Internal Affairs of the USSR Pugo and was with his men to defend the White House
. Shortly after his victory he was appointed Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Russia, but with the post of Chief of the Organized Crime is not parted, turning it into an isolated elite structure within the Ministry of Internal Affairs
In August 1995, Mikhail Egorov relieved of his post and placed in state (in his place was appointed lieutenant-general Vladimir Kolesnikov). Changes in the Ministry of Internal Affairs came as no surprise. After the events in Budennovsk and removal Viktor Erin, his first deputy was doomed to resign.
At the end of September 1995-the first he was discharged from the hospital, which went after the dismissal (Yegorov argued the need for medical examination of his 3 - month stay in Chechnya in a war zone). At the end of leave management personnel of the Ministry of the Interior must address the issue of employment Egorova.
Prior to 1991, was a member of the CPSU.
Adheres, as far as is known, the nationalist-patriotic views.
Egorov established very close relationship with FBI Director Casey that allowed employees of both organizations to hold some pretty successful joint stock.
Relative of State Duma deputy Vladimir Kostyutkina, chief bodyguard Zhirinovsky.
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|In fact, Yegorov himself put on the table a report on the resignation.
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|In biography there is no evidence that MK Yegorov was Acting Chairman of the State Customs Committee of Russia and holds the rank of Colonel-General of Customs + he is neither distant nor a close relative of the chief of Vladimir Zhirinovsky.