Victims on case of General Sugrobov withdrew lawsuits for 218 million rubles
However attachment of property was only lifted from one of the ten defendants of the case – dead Boris Kolesnikov.
The victims in the case of former Head of the General Administration for Economic Security and Combatting Corruption of the MIA (GAESCC MIA) Denis Sugrobov withdrew their lawsuits on the amount of 218 million rubles, TASS with reference to lawyer Eduard Isetsky reports.
According to the human rights activist, that is why the Moscow City Court lifted attachment of property of one of the defendants in the case of general Boris Kolesnikov, however attachment of property of other defendants remains in force.
To recall, property of Sugrobov and Kolesnikov for the total amount about 300 million rubles was arrested in August, 2014. In particular, the latter had two non-residential premises at his disposal, which were leased by his parents, Kommersant wrote. Lawyers of Kolesnikov’s family appealed against arrest, specifying that he is not incriminated any corruption crimes with causing of material harm.
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