Documents of former judge were found in Moscow
About the disappearance of the former judge and the Head of the bank Otkrytie’s legal department Olga Kashaykina it became known on July 10. After a day it was posted on public Lost and found department in Moscow that documents in the name of Olga Kashaykina was found.
The announcement on the public page states that the documents in the name of the missing women were found in Moscow, including the identity card of a federal judge. At the same time, there is no reliable information that information is not a fake and that documents has actually belonged to the missing woman.
Prior to that, it was reported that the Head of the bank Otkrytie’s legal department and the former federal judge of Koptevsky District Court of Moscow disappeared on 7th May, she left home without money and documents. A criminal case under article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Murder) was opened a week after her disappearance, but it has been impossible to determine details of the incident until the last moment.
According to reports of media, before the disappearance Kashaykina told her relatives that she was going to a closed rout for VIPs at the casino. According to the former judge, she was invited by her old friend, who also told her not to take out the documents and communications tools.
Olga Kashaykina is known as a judge, who presided over high-profile cases, including a collection of vintage cars’ arrest on the Rosevrobank’ suit. It is known that in 2009 during the course of the proceedings Kashaykina refused to seize cars of bank representatives, but after the reconsideration she allowed the claim.
Last time Kashaykina was filmed by security cameras on Altufyevskoe highway, where she arrived in a taxi. After that new information about her whereabouts has not been appeared in the public domain.
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