Another accused in the Oboronservis case asked for a parole
The same court, which had set Evgenia Vasilieva free, will hold hearing on a motion of Irina Yegorova.
Sudogdsky court of the Vladimir region received a motion of one of the Oboronservis case’s figurant Irina Yegorova. In May 2015 Presnensky Moscow Court sentenced former financial director of limited liability company Mira to 4 years and 3 months of imprisonment. Yegorova appealed the decision and a superior body shortened the term to 3 years and 10 months. Now, the accused, who is being held in one of the colonies in the Vladimir Region, got a right to ask for a parole. Irina Yegorova filed a motion and on 20th of June 2016 the hearing will be held.
It is known that Sudogdsky court was the one, which in August 2015 delivered a judgment to release the main accused in the Oboronservis case, Evgenia Vasilieva, on a parole.
Other figurants of this high-profile case, Natalia and Nikolay Dinkov’s and Dinara Bilyalova, were also released on a parole.
Ekaterina Smetanova, the one who was selling the property of the Ministry of Defense, concluded a pre-judicial cooperation agreement and gave testimonies against her accomplices and was taken under a state protection. In 2016 Ekaterina Smetanova got 4 years of suspended sentence and a penalty at 6,5 million rubles.
Head of Ministry of Natural Resources suspected of conflict of interests in distribution of benefits for Novatek
The oil and gas company, which receives various benefits from the Ministry, in turn sponsors the organization of Dmitry Donskoy’s wife and mother-in-law Tvoya Priroda (Your Nature). The department denies the existence of a conflict of interest, arguing that the project of the Minister's relatives is engaged in "non-commercial activities".
Police officers accused of extortion and tortures claim that FSB operatives have framed them up. According to the policemen, the FSB has initiated a criminal case against them after the shutdown of a gambling business by the MIA.