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ICR's Main Investigations Directorate examines materials on monetary manipulation, connected with the organization of the Victory Day celebrations.
Executives of ICR's Main Investigations Directorate in Moscow engaged in examination of criminal cases and pre-investigation checks, which were processed by Denis Nikandrov. Recently, the agency has requested documents, relating to the possible embezzlement of funds, aimed at the organization of the festivities on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, by the representatives of the State Unitary Enterprise Moscow Metro, from the district unit.
A source in law enforcement told that to Rosbalt. In November 2015 the Ministry of Internal Affairs removed materials that the employees of the Moscow metro may be involved in a crime under Article 285 (Abuse of Official Powers) and 159 (Swindling) of the Criminal Code, to the ICR's Main Investigations Directorate. According to the investigation, Metropolitan signed a contract with LLC TransTerminalServis to carry out activities on the territory of the subway, in particular, the decoration of the stations with St. George ribbons. But in fact, all the actions were performed by subcontracting LLC Laboratory of ideas company, which received only 3.4 million rubles from the promised 9.8 million rubles.
These cases were considered by the Deputy Head of the Moscow ICR's Main Investigations Directorate Denis Nikandrov, who refused to initiate criminal proceedings during several months. Each time dispositions were countermanded by the Prosecutor's Office. As a result, Nikandrov decided to refer the documents to the Office of Investigations of North-West Administrative District ICR's Main Investigations Directorate, where they became unavailable for examinations.
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