Court recognized General Lopyrev’s family property arrest legal
The property are apartment in Sochi, house in the Leningrad Region, garage and apartment in Moscow.
The Moscow City Court recognized prolongation of term of security arrest of property of a family of the Federal Guard Service (FSO) General Gennady Lopyrev, who was placed in the pre-trial detention center on a charge bribe taking of about 7 million rubles ($124.400), legal.
Thus, the court did not satisfy complaint of defense of Lopyrev.
To recall, the Basmanny Court of the capital seized the real estate belonging to the spouse and Lopyrev's son earlier – apartment in Sochi, house in the Leningrad region, a garage and apartment in Moscow. Besides, large sums of money of son of the chief of Federal Guard Service across the North Caucasian Federal District - 63 million rubles, one million euros and 350 thousand dollars were arrested.
As the CrimeRussia wrote, the military court prolonged the term of arrest of the general till June 23.
Gennady Lopyrev is accused of receiving about 6.27 million rubles from heads of various commercial structures at the conclusion of state contracts. In court Lopyrev declared revenue in 50 million rubles ($888.500).
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