Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan became defendant in criminal case over forgery
Investigators estimated damages from Bilal's actions at almost seven million rubles ($121.900).
Criminal case on office forgery is initiated against Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan Bilal Omarov. Investigation is taken under control of prosecutor's office, the press service of supervising department reports.
According to the preliminary version, in 2013, the Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan, then holding a post of the chief of Federal State Budgetary Institution Zapkasprybvod signed the lease contract for nine units of special equipment for the sum of 8.9 million rubles with CEO of LLC Stroytekhnoholding Shamil Gamzaev. However in fact, the company rented only two vehicles.
Nevertheless, Zapkasprybvod on the basis of fraudulent documents transferred the full sum of payment under the contract to the account of the Stroytekhnologiya company. Thus, the damage has made 6.9 million rubles.
Lawyers of Oleg Korshunov, who is charged with a large fraud in organizing the production of footwear for prisoners, do not see corpus delicti in his case. The prisoners did get their shoes, and the difference in the cost of footwear made from leather and split leather is about 10%.
UK investigators believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators behind the Novichok nerve agent attack on the Skripals through CCTV and have cross-checked the footage with records of people who entered the country around that time.