Court left accused of embezzlement former deputy head of Rosgranitsa in pre-trial detention center
Arrest of Boris Khaytovich and other defendants of the case over embezzlement of 490 million budgetary funds was prolonged till April, 22.
The Meshchansky Court of Moscow left former Deputy Head of Rosgranitsa Boris Khaytovich, the defendant on the case over plunder of 490 million rubles from the budget, in custody. It was reported by RIA Novosti.
Besides, arrest was prolonged to three more defendants in the case - ex-Head of the Directorate on a Construction and Operation of Objects of Rosgranitsa Federal State Institution Sergey Sazonov, former director of CJSC Terminal to Zurab Katamadze and the entrepreneur Evgeny Chaika. In total there pass seven defendants on the case of plunders, including former Head of Rosgranitsa Dmitry Bezdelov, Sazonov's deputy Sergey Kozlenkov. The last is under recognizance not to leave.
According to the investigators, Bezdelov in 2009-2013 together with the head of Directorate on a Construction and Operation of Objects of Rosgranitsa Federal State Institution Oleg Senkevich (in search) and the chief of one of managements of Rosgranitsa Danila Vavilov (is already condemned) stole over 490 million rubles. Khaytovich, a number of leading employees of Rosgranstroy and the CEOs of the controlled commercial organizations participated in criminal activities.
In addition to the term of detention, the court extended arrest of bank accounts of Khaytovich, and also his son (for the amount of 75 thousand dollars) and Valeria's spouses (415 thousand dollars and about 185 thousand euros).
The court appointed oppositionist Alexey Navalny 20-day arrest immediately after doing another term. During the hearing, he promised to respond to the director of Rosgvardiya after watching his challenge to a duel.
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