Nikita Belykh's new health problems
Bride of the ex-Governor Katerina Reyfert received a letter from Belykh with complaints. She is outraged by the fact that in contrast to former Head of the Ministry of Economic Development Ulyukaev, her groom with his disease is not released under house arrest.
The health state of the arrested on charges of taking bribes former Governor of the Kirov region deteriorated again. To the old disease added new ones. This Belykh wrote in a letter to his fiancee Katerina Reyfert complaining of pain in the back and knees.
FSIN doctors provide assistance to the former Governor, but injections help for a short while, he wrote in his letter.
According to ProGorod, Belykh's complaints provoked a strong reaction of the Belykh's bride.
In particular, she expressed a lack of understanding why Belykh with his serious health problems and the need for medical care was denied in changing the measure of restraint on house arrest, but former Head of the Ministry of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukaev, who was also accused of taking a large bribe, on the wording "in connection with the way of life" was placed under house arrest.
It should be noted that on December 2 similar question about the preventive measures to Ulyukaev arose at one defendant of the loud criminal case of bribery, FSO General Gennady Lopyrev, who, like Belykh, is in custody in the Lefortovo pre-trial detention center.
Recall that Governor of the Kirov region Nikita Belykh was detained in one of the Moscow restaurants when receiving a bribe of 400 thousand euros.
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