FSB raided Nikandrov's wife and girlfriend
Source could not say why the investigative measures carried out one month after his arrest.
Investigators of the Russian FSB conducted additional searches of the first Deputy Head of the Moscow MID of the ICR General Denis Nikandrov, who is accused of bribery. This was said to RIA Novosti by the source, familiar with the investigation.
The interviewee noted that searches carried out at the beginning of the week, at the same time, he expressed bewilderment why the investigative measures carried out one month after his arrest.
As for the other defendants in the resonance case, Olga Lukmanova, the lawyer of the Maksimenko's deputy Aleksandr Lamonov, said that in relation to her client new searches were not conducted. She noted that the investigation could carry out search in Lamonov's office, but they did not notify them.
Aleksandr Vershinin, the lawyer of the Head of the Main Directorate for Interdepartmental Liaison and Internal Security of the ICR Mikhail Maksimenko, declined to comment.
The investigation agency does not have any comment.
Note that today the Moscow City Court upheld the criminal proceedings against General Denis Nikandrov, rejecting the appeal of lawyers on the decision of the Lefortovo court.
Recall that the detention of the kingpin Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy) has caused a wave of criminal cases against senior officials of the Investigative Committee. They are accused of abuse of authority and taking bribes in the amount of 1 million dollars for the release of the right-hand of the thief in law Andrey Kochuykov, nicknamed the Italian.
In July, the court remanded in custody the first Deputy Head of the Main Investigations Directorate for the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Denis Nikandrov, the Head of the Main Directorate for Interdepartmental Liaison and Internal Security of the ICR Mikhail Maksimenko and his Deputy Alexander Lamonov until September 15.
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