Prosecutor General’s Office appealed against return of case of Moy Bank ex-owner to Prosecutor’s Office
The Presnensky Court of Moscow earlier returned case of Gleb Fetisov accused of misapplication to Prosecutor's Office.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation appealed to the Presnensky Court of Moscow a protest against return of criminal case of the former owner of Moy Bank (My Bank) Gleb Fetisov to supervising department. The press service of court reports about it.
Earlier the court returned the criminal case over waste of two billion rubles from accounts belonging to the former senator from the Voronezh Region Gleb Fetisov to the prosecutor’s office, as, according to the judge, Moy Bank and Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA) can not be considered as victims any more, and charged to the prosecution to eliminate inaccuracies and violations. The judge did not accept the indictment which, in her opinion, does not contain the concrete information about that whose exactly money were spent by the heads of the bank. The judge asked the investigation to specify of the embezzlement mechanism, which is described in the indictment.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, defendants in the case of Moy Bank are Gleb Fetisov, and also the former chairman of the board of bank Kira Andrianova. Proceedings against them were initiated in 2014 under the article Swindling, and then it was requalified to Embezzlement. According to charge, the heads of the bank conducted a crime with use of the official position and on especially large scale.
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