Head of Nizhny Novgorod region bailiffs’ department sentenced to 5 years for bribes
The convict ‘saved’ debtors’ real estate and cars from seizure.
Head of the Bailiffs’ Department in the Nizhny Novogorod region’s Sarov is to be sent to a general-regime colony for bribes. This is reported by the joint press service of general jurisdiction courts in the Nizhny Novgorod region.
According to the court, the woman would charge debtors for lifting temporary restrictions on their exit from the Russian Federation, lifting the ban on the registration of debtor's property, and failing to impose a ban on registration actions and arrest followed by the sale of a car belonging to the debtor.
The defendant has fully admitted her guilt and repented of her actions. In addition, the court has taken into account the presence of a dependent ill mother and an infant, for whom the woman is responsible, due to which she will serve time only when the child turns 14.
The air squadron number one in Russia ended up in the center of yet another scandal. It turned out that its special purpose aircraft are used, in addition to the national leaders, by outsiders. Uninvited passengers travel, stay in best hotels, and dine in deluxe restaurants at the budget expense. In fact, the discovery of stowaways on board is not the first scandal involving Russia Special Air Group that has been in distress for almost three years already. Why cannot the supreme FSB commanders using the official airplanes along with the Russian President sort out this mess?
Earlier, the management of the railway and the place of residence of its high-ranking employees were searched within the bribe case. Investigative actions against head of the railway Alexey Mironov were held in Moscow, where he was on a business trip.