Arrest of Aleksander Lamonov prolonged for 3 months
Arrest of Deputy Head of the Main Directorate of Interdepartmental Interaction and Personal Safety of the Investigative Committee of Russia Aleksander Lamonov over the case of taking a bribe from thief in law Shakro Molodoy is prolonged for three months by the Lefortovo Court of Moscow.
The measure of restraint to the senior officer of the ICR in the form of detention is determined till March 19, 2017 by the petition of the investigation.
The meeting on prolongation of a term of detention of the colonel took place in the media closed mode, RIA Novosti reports.
It should be noted that the person under investigation Aleksander Lamonov opposed closing of process from listeners, explaining it with absence of materials with a signature stamp “Confidentially” in the case.
To recall, on July 19, the Lefortovo Court of Moscow arrested three high-ranking officers of the Investigative Committee – Head of the Main Directorate of Interdepartmental Interaction and Personal Safety of the ICR Mikhail Maksimenko, his deputy Aleksander Lamonov and First Deputy Head of a Capital Central Board Denis Nikandrov.
The investigation suspects them of taking a bribe on especially large scale from thief in law Shakro Molodoy for relief of charges against Andrey Kochuykov nicknamed Italiyanets (Italian) - to one of the main defendants in the case over firefight on Rochdelskaya Street.
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