MOSCOW, January 27 (RIA Novosti) - The Military
Investigations Committee in Moscow has opened a criminal case
against a military commissioner accused of faking orders for
official travel, the committee reported on Tuesday.
"The high-ranking officer is suspected of committing the
crime of fraud, using his professional position," the
committee's official website said.
According to investigators, fake orders were prepared in
2004 that showed that Maj. Gen. Andrei Glushchenko was sent on
official military business to the North Caucasus region in
September 2001, where he supposedly spent three days
participating in anti-terrorist operations.
If convicted, Glushchenko could face up to six years in