ICR: Rights defender Nabiullin tried to delete conversations in messengers after detention
An investigation representative said this in court when a preventive measure for the Public Monitoring Commission member was elected.
A member of the Public Monitoring Commission (PMC) Denis Nabiullin tried to clear chat history in messengers after being detained. An investigation representative said this during the hearing.
To recall, the rights defender was detained in a Moscow café. Law enforcers charge him with swindling on a large scale. The ICR believes Nabiullin had sought to receive 29 million rubles ($490 thousand) from an arrestee, promising to assist him in getting released from a pre-trial detention center.
The court found the investigation’s arguments convincing and sent Nabiullin to pre-trial detention until February 6.
In turn, commenting on the situation, the PMC said that there are gross violations in the trial. In particular, Nabiullin has not been allowed to see his lawyer, and his interests in the court have been represented by an unknown defense counsel.
According to Nabiullin himself, one of the arrestees had indeed asked for his help him, claiming that detention in a remand prison was contraindicative to his health due to an illness. Nabiullin agreed to meet with his representative, however, the latter showed up for the meeting carrying a package full of money – there was about $20 thousand and 480 thousand “rag money.”
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Ex-Head of the Yekaterinburg Department of Economic Security and Anti-Corruption (OEBiPK) Vladimir Nechaev has evaded the FSB operatives right during the operation to detain him, having managed to transfer a house and plot in the Istra district of the Moscow region into the ownership of his underage daughter.
"Whoever owns Bronka rules the city." Why did Poltavchenko become interested in port of disgraced oligarch?
In November of last year, stevedoring companies of St. Petersburg faced black Friday. The port of Bronka departed to the clan of all-powerful ex-Head of the Federal Guard Service (FSO) Evgeny Murov. The other day it became known that oligarch Dmitry Mikhalchenko’s port of Bronka ownership was assigned to St. Petersburg Governor Georgy Poltavchenko. According to sources, an unexpected desire to develop Bronka is the last chance not to retire.