Marat Oganesyan's ward in Krestov Hospital overlooks football field
The former Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg, who had been arrested for two months, has checked in the pre-trial detention center No. 1.
After examining Marat Oganesyan, for whom an ambulance had been called twice after interrogation and in court when electing a preventive measure, doctors of the detention facility sent him to a prison hospital.
As noted by Fontanka, the Krestov Hospital is located in an ante-revolutionary two-storey building with large windows (in contrast to those in other detention facility cells).
The news agency reports that, ironically, Marat Oganesyan's cell windows overlook a football field located on the detention center's territory. Let us recall that the former Vice-Governor is suspected of swindling in the amount exceeding 200 million rubles in the construction of a football stadium on the Krestovsky Island, which is widely known as Zenit-Arena.
A criminal case has been initiated under non-provision of services for the supply of video screens stipulated by contract with TDM Company, which had become a contractor in the construction of the stadium by Marat Oganesyan's behest.
The decision on the undesirability of one of the most influential thieves in law Tariel Oniani’s (Mulukhov) stay in Russia after his release next year was taken on August 6 by Minister of Internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltsev. After Oniani’s release, the MIA explained, he will be expelled from Russia for life.
The gray cardinal of Karachay-Cherkessia (KChR), Senator Rauf Arashukov used opportunities to influence the Cherkessian community of the region, especially youth. He was nominated to the post of Prime-Minister of the republic. However, no one shared his political wishes and methods of struggle. According to the sources of The CrimeRussia, the Senator masterminded the murder of youth movement leader Aslan Zhukov in 2010. Many people knew about, the witnesses of a high-profile crime testified against him. But the political weight and ties terminated the case. And even the self-proclaimed killer was unable to prove his guilt in court. However, as it became known the other day, six years after his acquittal, he gave himself up once again.