Nikandrov wears luxury polo shirt to sentencing hearing
The T-shirt is valued 25.000 rubles ($366) or more.
Denis Nikandrov, the former Moscow deputy head of the Investigative Committee, came to today's verdict pronouncement wearing a polo shirt by the luxury French brand Balmain, journalist Ekaterina Vinokurova said. Nikandrov has been convicted in the case of bribe-taking from the thief in law Shakro Molodoy.
"Nikandrov came to court wearing Balmain (an outrageously expensive brand); he just sleeps on money, doesn’t he" she shared on her Telegram Channel.
Then, the 112 Telegram Channel noted that the polo is valued at 25.000 rubles ($366) at the least.
The Moscow City Court sentenced Nikandrov to 5.5 years in a strict-regime colony for taking a bribe for the release of Andrei Kochuykov (aka Italianets), Shakro Molodoy’s crony.
Nikandrov was also stripped of his Major General of Justice rank, but the judge decided against a 65.000.000-ruble fine ($952.000) the prosecutor had insisted on.
Minister of the Chechen Republic for National Policy, Dzhambulat Umarov, noted that there are a huge number of cases all over Russia, when people, wearing camouflage uniforms, do "not very plausible things."
Today, St. Petersburg tensely awaits two important political events for the city. Election of the governor and the rotation of the heads of power structures. The prosecutor of the city Sergey Litvinenko is again named the first in the line of generals. The CrimeRussia is trying to find out whether there are any compelling reasons for this.