Shakro Molodoy refused to participate in trial because of health reasons
Kalashov's lawyer explained that the Kalashov's refusal is related to his poor health, but he did not disclose details.
Thief in law Zakhar Kalashov refused to participate in today's trial. According to Life, the Moscow City Court considered the complaint for his arrest. Kalashov's lawyer explained that the Kalashov's refusal is related to his poor health.
However, the Moscow City Court found legal the arrest of Shakro Molodoy. Recall that he was detained for 2 months on charges of extortion 8 million rubles from the owner of the restaurant Elements Joanna Kim.
Today it became known that the thief in law has not questioned yet by the FSB within the framework of the criminal case against senior ICR's officers. Accused's lawyer Alexander Gofshtein told that to TASS.
Recall that after the detention of Zakhar Kalashov there were arrested the first Deputy Head of the MID ICR in Moscow Nikandrov, the Head of the Main Directorate for Inter-departmental Cooperation and Internal Affairs of the Russian Investigative Committee Mikhail Maksimenko and his Deputy Lamonov on suspicion of taking bribes in a large scale from Shakro Molodoy.
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