Former Kazansky Railway Station head gets 3 years in prison
Court convicted Sergey Dobrovolsky of commercial bribery. He was also imposed a more than 10 million fine in addition to the prison term.
The Meshchaninsky District, Moscow Court convicted Sergey Dobrovolsky, a former Moscow Kazanskaya Railway Station Head, of commercial bribery and sentenced him to 3 years in high security prison and imposed a more than 10 million fine.
The convict illicitly received money from 2 entrepreneurs from August 2008 to July 2013; he allowed them using the Station as storage without signing agreements with them. Moreover, he would warn them about upcoming inspections. The former Head received more than 3 million rubles during the period, according to the investigation.
Mr Dobrovolsky pleaded guilty and regrets his actions.
It is worth mentioning that Sergey Donetsky, the new Station Head, ended up under an investigation as well; he is accused of bribery.
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