Bypassing general. Andrei Rostenko, ex-Mayor of Yalta, released from Moscow jail
 

Andrei Rostenko, Yalta Mayor since November 2014 and until July 2017, was remanded in custody for two months on May 23, 2018 by the Basmanny District Court of Moscow. According to the investigation, the official has “knowingly unlawfully” transferred a land lot belonging to Alupka Health Resort subordinate to the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of the Russian Federation into the municipal ownership. The court decided that the investigation team has presented sufficient evidence and detained the suspect for two months because Rostenko could abscond or use his connections in the Crimean governmental and law enforcement authorities to put pressure on prosecution witnesses. However, the official is currently on the loose. Why was he released? Has he actually signed a pledge not to leave the city? Read

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