ICR requested Israel to surrender fugitive oligarch Solomon Manashirov
Oligarch Solomon Manashirov has been announced internationally wanted for non-payment of half a billion rubles taxes.
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation intends to appeal to the Israeli authorities to extradite Russian oligarch Solomon Manashirov in the near future. He is suspected of tax evasion; according to law enforcement bodies, he owes about half a billion rubles to the Russian treasure, in connection with which he has been put on the international wanted list.
According to the ICR, Solomon Manashirov has repeatedly ignored the investigating authorities' requirements to appear for questioning. After this, federal and international investigations has been launched against him.
It has been found that Solomon Manashirov is hiding in Israel and does not intend to return to Russia. In this regard, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation intends to send a request to the Israeli authorities for the suspect extradition to the Russian Federation.
The CrimeRussia had previously reported that the younger brother of the fugitive oligarch, Roman Manashirov, is currently in the pre-trial detention center. He is being investigated for bribery. Let us recall that Roman Manashirov has been arrested when attempting to give two million rubles as a bribe to the MIA General Investigative Administration officers.
The income of the former Head and co-owner of Kolmar coal company for 2017 and the first three months of 2018 runs at 846 thousand rubles ($13.500). In late April, the authorities of the Kemerovo region reported that during the reporting period, Tsivilin did not earn a penny.
The lawyer of Marina Semynina, the civil-law wife of former Acting Head of the MIA General Administration for Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption (GUEBiPK) Department ‘T’ Dmitry Zakharchenko, who is accused of a number of corruption crimes, intends to sue the officers of the Federal Bailiff Service.
Irkutsk region Forestry Department deputy minister arrested for illegal woodcutting at nature reserve
Aleksey Tugi is one of the suspects investigated by the police for woodcutting at a nature reserve. The police also arrested people working for the Irkutsk Forest Protection Center and the Kazachinsko-Lensky Forestry. They allowed to cut down 116 hectares of the forest.