“Black” collectors, accused in withdrawal of 100 billion rubles, will appear before court
The case of "black" collectors, which supposedly brought in the shadow economy about 100 billion rubles, will be heard on August 10 at the Khimki City Court.
Preliminary hearings on the case of "black” collectors are scheduled for August 10 at the Khimki City Court. According to the investigation, the accused were involved in the illegal conveyance of money and their subsequent encashment. Thus, investigators believed, in the shadow sector of the economy it was taken about 100 billion rubles.
There are nine accused people and they are suspected of involvement in an organized criminal group and illegal banking activity. Almost all of the suspects are former employees of the Investizionnyi Soyuz bank (Investment Union bank). According to the lawyer of one of the detained Oksana Mikhalkina, some of the detainees have already pleaded guilty.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in 2013 during the arrest of 20 members of the criminal group there were seized more than 400 million rubles and military weapons.
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