Investigative Committee lifted attachment of Denis Voronenkov’s jewelry
Maria Maksakova, the widow of the killed ex-deputy of the State Duma, also got an access to €40 thousand withdrawn earlier within the criminal case against the parliamentarian.
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation released a part of jewelry and also €40 thousand, which were withdrawn from the cell of VTB bank belonging to the spouse of the ex-deputy of the State Duma Denis Voronenkov, Maria Maksakova. Investigative actions were carried out within the criminal case against the killed parliamentarian. Lawyer Andrey Grivtsov told journalists about it.
At the same time, the Moscow City Court recognized lawful arrest of other property of the ex-deputy - two garages, ten men's watches and a chain with a cross.
Earlier it was reported that legal investigation of swindle concerning Voronenkov is prolonged till January 24, 2018. On October 9 the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko told about results of the investigation of the murder and called the paymaster of the crime businessman and criminal leader Vladimir Tyurin, the former common-law husband of Maksakova. The widow has confirmed this version.
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