Dagestanian officials accused of creation of organized criminal community for benefit of ex-mayor Sayid Amirov

Dagestanian officials accused of creation of organized criminal community for benefit of ex-mayor Sayid Amirov
Sayid Amirov

Besides that, court arrested 329 real estate items owned by members of the organized criminal community worth of 20 billion rubles ($307 million).

The organized criminal community in Dagestan have officially accused a former head of the Dagestanian directorate of Rosreestr (Russia’s Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography) Shamil Gajiev, other officials who work with the Federal Service, as well as a member of the Republic’s parliament Fikret Rajabov and a few employees of the Republic’s branch of the Cadastral Federal Council of creation of an organized criminal community and participation therein (item 3, item 2 of article 210 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). All of them had acted for benefit of an ex-mayor of the Republic’s capital city Sayid Amirov, reports Kommersant.

Besides that, court arrested 329 real estate items owned by members of the organized criminal community worth of 20 billion rubles ($307 million).

According to the investigation, in 2000, the accused created an organized criminal community, carried out machinations related to Dagestan-based land properties municipally or federally owned.

Sayid Amirov was detained in a case into murder of an investigator Arsen Ganjibekov in December, 2011. In July, 2014, the North Caucasus District Military Court found Amirov and his nephew Japarov guilty of preparation of a terrorism act with use of an air defense system Strela 2M for the purpose of annihilation of a passenger aircraft. Then, they were sentenced to 10 and 8.5 years of deprivation of liberty, respectively. In 2015, the North Caucasus District Military Court sentenced the ex-mayor to life in prison for terrorism and sent him to a strict regime colony.

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