Case of illegal encashment of 3 bln rub by cashiers OCG referred to court
The role of accomplices Moshkunov and Serebrennikova in the crime is currently being determined.
The Russian Prosecutor General's Office has referred the criminal case against Konstantin Moshkunov and Tatyana Serebrennikova, accused of illegal banking activity in the amount of 3 billion rubles, to court.
Deputy Prosecutor General Viktor Grin has approved their indictment. The Preobrazhensky District Court of Moscow is to consider the case on the merits. This is stated in the report of the Russian Prosecutor General's Office official representative Aleksandr Kurennoy, as cited by TASS.
According to Kurennoy, the defendants are accused of committing a crime, which entails punishment envisioned by part 2 of Art. 172 of the Russian Criminal Code (Illegal Banking Activity).
According to the criminal case materials, in the period from January 2014 to December 2015, the defendants Moshkunov and Serebrennikova were conducting banking operations without registration, cashing and encashing money as part of an organized group.
Using 34 different company accounts, the persons accused cashed more than 3 billion rubles, while receiving illegal income in the form of commissions totaling more than 56 million rubles.
The MIA Investigations Directorate has been investigating into this case; the role of accomplices Moshkunov and Serebrennikova in this crime is currently being determined.
The businessman stated that he had given the money to the Head of the Main Directorate of Interdepartmental Cooperation and Internal Security of the Investigative Committee of Russia (ICR) for "advancing the case" on the watch stolen from him by ICR officers.