Head of Belgorod region MIA UEBiPK accused of 80 million rubles bribe
The criminal case against Belgorod Zakharchenko, the Colonel Sergey Butyaykin, was reclassified to the article 290 of the Criminal Code – Bribe-Taking.
This is due to the fact of the Oryol Region ICR requirements. The ex-Head of the Department for combating economic crimes is accused of bribe-taking in the amount of 80 million rubles.
The criminal case against Colonel Butyaykin was initiated in September 2013. The investigation believed that Butyaykin turned to his friend, the shareholder of the Orlovsky social bank Alexey Fomchenkov, for help with obtaining the loan in August of 2011.
Butyaykin claimed that he would not repay the loan and keep the money as a fee for the Colonel’s department non-prevention to the bank's activities in the Belgorod Region. Fomchenkov obeyed and transferred the money to the accounts of controlled by Butyaykin companies Okean and Megaholod.
Recall that a senior police officer was charged with abuse of official powers and illegal business activities in February 2014.
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A spokesperson of the Prosecutor's office said that the ECHR had not studied all the materials of the criminal case, so they were offered not to overturn the verdict, but to send the case for a new review in court.