Judge of Chechen Arbitral court became defendant in criminal case
The representatives of Themis accused of pronouncement of ‘obviously illegal decision’.
The chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation initiated a criminal case against judge of Arbitration court of the Chechen Republic Alou Bachayev under the article ‘Pronouncement of obviously illegal decision’, the press service of the Investigative Committee reports.
As the investigation assumes, the suspected on May 4, 2010 and on August 28, 2012 passed obviously illegal decisions, satisfying claims of the Simbioz Association non-profit organization about collecting more than five billion rubles from the Russian Federation.
Law enforcement authorities established that Bachayev intentionally missed from attention the fact that created in 2002 Simbioz association was actually a right successor of the association of Simbioz cooperatives operating in the 90s. Further for lack of legal basis Bachayev recognized succession of new Symbiosis on the real estate object transferred to the federal possession and on receiving compensation for oil products, undelivered in 1991.
It is noted that the highest qualification board of judges of the Russian Federation already satisfied idea of the chairman of ICR of initiation of legal proceedings. This decision is left appeal definition of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation without change and has taken legal effect.
Despite the fact that 2 years have passed since the criminal disassembly that turned into a slaughterhouse, the exact picture of what happened at the Elements restaurant on December 14, 2015, is still uncertain. The investigation of criminal cases and a whole series of major detentions, which entailed events of that evening, continue to this day. None of those who were involved in extortion, shoot-out and the protection of criminals has not yet been convicted. The CrimeRussia reconstructs the chronicle of the events of that day on the information available in the public domain and video recordings from CCTV cameras.
In the request sent by the Dozhd TV channel, there were no documents confirming violations committed by deputy Alexey Yezubov, said Natalya Poklonskaya, the head of the State Duma's commission for the control of declarations.