Investigators suspect arrested Colonel Zakharchenko of buying castle in London
Law enforcement officers also suspect that the former Colonel bought another real estate abroad.
The investigation believes that ex-Colonel Dmitry Zakharchenko, who is accused of multimillion bribes, has a castle in London. TASS agency reported, citing its source.
According to the source, a former law enforcement officer managed to buy real estate abroad, while he was working in the police. During searches at the apartment of Marina Semynina, a civil ex-wife of the former policeman, FSB officers wanted to find documents for a castle and other real estate belonging to Zakharchenko.
Aleksander Karabanov, Semynina’s lawyer, reported earlier that masked men broke into an apartment of his client. The lawyer denies existence of such documents at Semynina’s, and stressed that law enforcement officers took her "last money for living".
According to the source, during searches at Semynina’s apartment , about €2 thousand, medical documents of children, phones and tablets were seized.
As it was earlier reported, the court fully satisfied the claim of Prosecutor General's office and seized property of the family of Colonel Zakharchenko. The total amount of the seized property was estimated at 9 billion rubles ($152 million).
The General Director of Research and Production Complex (NPK) Dedal was detained when transferring the first part of the bribe in the amount of 2.5 million rubles ($37.9 thousand) in one of Simferopol restaurants.
The sons of the former head of the village of Balakhani, Untsukulsky district of Dagestan, Magomedrasul Yakubov, had troubles with the law. They were suspected of illegal arms trafficking and ties with militants.
The main suspect is Hand-To-Hand Fighting World Champion Shakhban Machiev wounded by the return fire of a National Guard officer, is in hospital; two others, the brothers Magomed and Khaskil Yakubov, are currently wanted by the police.
The document prepared on the instructions of Head of Government, Dmitry Medvedev, does not hide the intention of the Russian authorities to support Oleg Deripaska’s structures that fell under US sanctions.