Source reveals details of transfer of bribes to senior investigators Nikandrov and Maksimenko
Source of RIA Novosti reveals the details of the most high-profile corruption case in recent years.
According to the source of RIA Novosti, the negotiation about the bribe took place in a service apartment of the Head of the Main Directorate for Inter-departmental Cooperation and Internal Affairs of the ICR Mikhail Maksimenko.
In addition, in the same apartment and the talks on the re-qualification of Andrey Kochuykov’s (Italian) criminal case took place.
Earlier, the Savelovsky Court of Moscow reported that a claim has been registered by the first Deputy Head of the Main Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee (MID of ICR) of the Russian Federation in Moscow, i.e. Denis Nikandrov. Nikandrov filed a lawsuit on protection of honor and dignity against the Life publication due to the publication entitled "During searches in the ICR MID Deputy’s apartment in Moscow 400 thousand euros were found." The detainee investigator found materials published false and offensive. His indignation was provoked by the phrases about the law enforcers confiscating significant amounts of money, as well as indication on the protection of the thief in law Shakro Molodoy. According to Nikandrov, the publication depicts him as a dirty cop. However, the investigator did not claim any financial reimbursement from the journalists.
It is to be recalled that the senior investigators Denis Nikandrov, Mikhail Maksimenko and Alexander Lamonov were arrested until 15 September on suspicion of taking bribes on a large scale for the protection of the mafia boss Shakro Molodoy. In addition, according to the investigators, they have already received about 1 million dollars for the release of Shakro’s assistant Andrey Kochuykov.
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