Ex-Deputy Oleg Mikheev denied information about his escape
The former Parliamentarian of the State Duma is accused of attempt at large scale fraud. Last week he was put on the wanted list.
Ex-Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation from Spravedlivaya Rossiya (Just Russia) Oleg Mikheev denied information about his escape in a conversation with Kommersant. According to the former parliamentarian, he is on treatment and already informed the Investigative Committee.
“I did not run anywhere, I am on treatment, and the Investigative Committee knows about it. That is it”, Mikheev said.
Last week, the ex-Deputy, who is involved in a criminal case over large scale swindle, was put on the wanted list. According to the investigators, in 2012, Mikheev tried to steal 2.1 billion rubles ($36 295 131) from Promsvyazbank. The indictment on criminal case of Mikheev was approved by the Prosecutor General’s Office, but it did not make it court, as the person involved disappeared, without signing it.
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