Prosecutor requested 12 years for Northwestern Federal District Internal Affairs former Head
Vitaly Bykov and a number of his former subordinates are accused of embezzlements of 19 million rubles ($315.890).
The prosecution requested for the defendant in multimillion embezzlements of ex-Head of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Northwestern Federal District Vitaly Bykov of 12 years of prison. The case is considered in Dzerzhinsky district court of St. Petersburg.
“We ask to find Bykov guilty and to impose a sentence in the form of 12 years of imprisonment and a fine of 1 million rubles, and also to deprive of him a rank of the police major general”, TASS quotes the representative of the prosecutor's office.
According to the investigators, Bykov and several his former subordinates are accused of embezzlements of 19 million rubles. The former head of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Northwestern Federal District wrote out awards to the former employees. Complicity in Waste (Art. 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), Official Forgery (Art. 292 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) and Attempted Swindling is imputed to persons involved (Art. 30 and Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
The income of the former Head and co-owner of Kolmar coal company for 2017 and the first three months of 2018 runs at 846 thousand rubles ($13.500). In late April, the authorities of the Kemerovo region reported that during the reporting period, Tsivilin did not earn a penny.
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