Switzerland removed attachment from accounts of Bank of Moscow former president Andrey Borodin
Earlier, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported on the accomplishment of the investigation of the criminal case against former bank executives.
The Swiss Prosecutor's Office decided to remove an attachment from the accounts of Bank of Moscow former president Andrey Borodin, the SRF television channel reported. According to it, the supervisory authority found Russia incapable of guaranteeing a fair trial, and therefore allowed Mr. Borodin to freely dispose of his 300 million francs (€260 million).
In May, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported on the accomplishment of the investigation into the criminal case against former leaders of Bank of Moscow Andrey Borodin and Dmitry Akulinin. They are accused of embezzling 150 billion rubles ($2.5bn) from a financial institution. As reported by Kommersant's sources, the court will consider the case in absentia, because Mr. Borodin and Mr. Akulinin live in the UK.
"It was a targeted killing": ICR checks powerlifter Drachev's murderer for involvement in other crimes
The investigation into the high-profile murder of the world champion is ongoing. Given the reputation and family ties of Anar Allakhveranov, whose elder brother is serving a sentence for a similar crime on the grounds of extortion, new episodes may emerge in the case. The family of Andrey Drachev and his lawyers are positive – the killing was no accident.