Сourt reveals assets seized from Magomedov brothers
Four cars, two apartments, and shares in the authorized capitals of several companies have been seized. Appeals have already been filed on 14 decisions.
The Tverskoy Court of Moscow gave publicity to the arrested property of co-owners of the Summa Group Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedovs, suspected of organizing a criminal community and stealing 2.5 billion rubles ($39.8m) from the Russian budget. RBC reports this with reference to the press service of the court.
The representative of the court said that four cars, two apartments, and shares in the authorized capitals of several companies haв been seized. In total, the court rendered 27 decisions on the seizure of suspects’ property.
Appeals have already been filed on 14 decisions.
The Summa Group stated that it did not see the resolutions, therefore which companies’ shares are arrested were not disclosed
Earlier it was reported that the court blocked the accounts of Magomedovs, as well as the funds seized during the searches. In addition, during the search at Magomed Magomedov three pistols were discovered and seized.
Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedovs were arrested on March 31. They are suspected of stealing money allocated by the state for the construction of infrastructure facilities. Another person involved in the case is head of the Intex company Artur Maxidov. Defendants deny their guilt.
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