Arrest of Rosnano former Head Leonid Melamed extended for three months
The term of house arrest of Rosnano former Head Leonid Melamed, who is accused of embezzling 220 million rubles of controlled by him earlier company, has been extended until 11 March 2017.
The second person involved in cases of embezzlement in Rosnano is former CFO Svyatoslav Ponurov, he also remained in custody until 11 March, according to TASS.
Leonid Melamed has been under house arrest since July last year with the right to walk twice a day. The Rosnano former CEO, who held the post in 2007-2008, is serving arrest at his home in Serebryany Bor.
Recall that a criminal case against top managers of Rosnano on charges of Embezzlement (Art. 160 of the Criminal Code) was opened in July 2015 after an audit of Rosnano financial state by the Audit Chamber of the Russian Federation.
According to the materials of the case, being the Rosnano Head, Melamed concluded contracts on behalf of the state-owned company with investment and financial corporation Alemar, which is partly owned by himself. In accordance with the terms of the contract Alemar should have been provided services to Rosnano in the amount of 220 million rubles, which the company received from the state budget. Leonid Melamed denies his guilt.
Police officers took Kristina Morozova to a police station to check her identity, where she ended up getting a closed craniocerebral injury, minor cerebral contusion, fissure fracture of her cheekbone, fracture of her left sphenoid bone, and large leg bruise.
Viktor Trutnev, ex-Head of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, has finished his career ‘in style’ – he went to jail. The Moscow Garrison Military Court has recently detained the retired general for the duration of the investigation. The former police commander is accused of mediation in bribery and bribe extortion. Trutnev was turned in by his former accomplices – FSB officers trying to extort 3 million rubles ($52.3 thousand) from the Director of Snegirev Research Technological Institute in exchange for covering up violations identified at the enterprise.