Bailiffs seized more than 500 jewels from Khoroshavin and Bentley of his son
The lawyer of the Sakhalin region ex-Governor intends to apply for bailiffs’ criminal acts.
Bailiffs carry out the procedure of confiscation of property of Sakhalin region ex-Governor Alexander Khoroshavin, accused of corruption, without the verdict.
The Federal Bailiff's Service (FBS) confiscated the car of an ex-official's son, Bentley Continental, and Lexus LX 570 of Khoroshavin's ex-wife Irina.
Lawyer Ivan Mironov, representing the interests of the son and ex-official's wife, considers bailiffs' acts criminal, he intends to file an application to them. Khoroshavin's family members have already received notice of the need for transfer luxury cars in the profit of state. Mironov commenting TASS calls the decision illegal because confiscation is possible only by court order, which is not yet delivered.
In addition, according to RIA Novosti, 539 jewelery were confiscated from Mr. Khoroshavin. The FBS noted that Khoroshavin's property (we are talking about apartments in Moscow and house on Rublevskoe highway) will also be passed to the Federal Property Management Agency.
"The total value of property subject to forfeiture to the state profit is more than a billion of rubles," - the bailiffs noted.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, on December 13, it became known that former Governor of the Sakhalin region Alexander Khoroshavin and his family (ex-wife and adult son) have sent a complaint to the Constitutional Court. At the same time, Alexander Horoshavin wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin with a request to protect the hearing of his case in the Constitutional Court from the Prosecutor General and the ICR's possible impact.
The Sakhalin region former Governor was arrested on suspicion of bribe-taking in March 2015. He was also charged with creation of a gang financed by Sakhalin businessmen. According to investigators, during the period from 2009 to 2015, members of the gang received bribes totaling more than 522 million rubles from eight businessmen. The investigation is completed, the accused and his defense are studying the case files.
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