A prosecutor in the trial of eight former anticorruption officers in late August asked the Supreme Court to sentence them to between seven and seventeen year in prison.  The prosecutor asked for the longest jail term -- 17 years – for Firouz Kholmurodzoda, the former head of the investigative directorate at the Agency for State Financial Control and Combating Corruption.

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