Military prosecutor sentenced to 2.5 years of imprisonment for bribe-taking
The Moscow Regional Military court sentenced former employee of the military Prosecutor’s Office colonel of justice Yury Moiseyenkov to 2.5 years of imprisonment for bribe taking.
As TASS reports, referring to an informed source, Moiseyenkov promised to render assistance in termination of criminal case over swindle against serviceman Aleksander Sheludko.
According to the investigation, the promise was knowingly fraudulent, because of his official powers Moiseyenkov had no such opportunity.
Besides, during negotiations, he raised the amount of a required bribe several times, therefore from 200 thousand rubles it grew to 500 thousand. When the Military Prosecutor’s Office employee was getting a bribe, he was caught in flagrante delicto by officers of the Federal Security Service.
According to TASS, such turn of events did not affect case of Sheludko, accused of swindle – he got 3,5 years of imprisonment.
A St. Petersburg company Renessans-Restavratsiya JSC, involved in a criminal case under Art. 169 (Swindling) of the Russian Criminal Code, has been selected to receive the contract. The case was initiated in September 2017 in connection with the failure to perform 4-million-ruble ($70 thousand) works to restore a XVI-century fortress in the Leningrad region.
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