Swindler who stole 1.4 mln dollars through oil fraud will be tried in Moscow
The Deputy Prosecutor General Vladimir Malinovsky has confirmed the indictment and referred the criminal case on a large-scale swindling to the court.
The indictment under the criminal case against Bekar Razmadze has been confirmed. The man charged with Swindling on a large scale (part 4 of Art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code).
According to investigative bodies, in 2012, Bekar Razmadze tricked a citizen of the Republic of Azerbaijan and stole about 1.4 million dollars from him while in Moscow. He allegedly received the money for the purchase of petroleum products for a businessman. The fraudster provided fake financial documents proving the purchase of petroleum products in a major oil company. In reality, Bekar Razmadze embezzled the money and used it at his own discretion.
At present, the suspect is in a pre-trial detention center, and his criminal case has been referred to the Tverskoy District Court of Moscow for further consideration on the merits.
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