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.
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