Volgograd: convicted of theft ex-director of Fund of social support released on parole
The Volgograd Court granted the petition to release on parole of the convicted for abuse of authority former Executive Director of the Regional Fund of social support Denis Zemlyansky.
According to Kommersant, Zemlyansky, was found guilty of four episodes of Abuse of Authority (part 1 of Art. 201 Criminal Code) in February 2016. For this he was sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment.
According to investigators, Zemlyansky received an interest-free loan in the amount of 800 thousand rubles, ostensibly for social needs fund.
In addition, the head of the fund issued several promissory notes in the amount of more than 5 million rubles, which then he cashed and built a cottage. In addition, from March to May 2013 Zemlyansky received more than 2.5 million rubles from the fund of the charity. Then, the money was spent on personal purposes. According to the results of the internal audit in the fund, irregularities on 50 million rubles were detected.
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