Ex-member of Trunovskie OCG bones Novosibirsk Vice-Mayor to return bribe
Former member of the OCG Sergey Nadein filed a lawsuit against former Deputy Mayor of Novosibirsk Alexander Solodkin because of 20 thousand dollars received.
Former member of the Novosibirsk organized crime group Trunovskie (OCG) Sergey Nadein claims that at one time he had to give a bribe of $ 20 thousand dollars to Deputy Mayor Alexander Solodkin. His money he tries to return through the court, which has already found a bribe the "property damage" of Nadein, said Tayga.info.
According to Nadein, the money was intended for FSKN Deputy Head Andrey Andreev. He was supposed to contribute to the termination of criminal proceedings against Nadein’s wife, who was suspected of selling drugs. Solodkin acted as an intermediary, however, he appropriated money. At the same time, Nadein learned from alleged leader of the gang of killers Trunovskie Anatoly Radchenko that money could be transferred through the Vice-Mayor. This is confirmed by another member of the OCG Renat Ganeev. However, during the consideration of the Solodkin’s appeal in the Supreme Court Radchenko started to deny any involvement of the former Deputy Head in the theft of money from Nadein.
Lawyers refer to the decision of the plenum of the Supreme Court, which states that the briber transmitting money for obviously illegal actions cannot claim their refund. Besides, Solodkin can escape punishment due to the expiration of the statute of limitations on the case.
The plaintiff himself, being recognized the victim, does not personally appear in the court, and his representatives have repeatedly increase the amount, saying that the money is indexed over time.
It is worth mentioning that, earlier, Vice-Mayor of Novosibirsk Alexander Solodkin, his father, Adviser of the Governor on Sport Alexander Solodkin Sr., and former Deputy Head of the Federal Drug Control Service (FSIN) Andrey Andreev were convicted of aiding and abetting the criminal community.
In 2012, Solodkin Sr. was sentenced to 6 years in a general regime penal colony, his son jailed for 8.5 years, and Andreev got 7 years of strict regime imprisonment. Because they stayed in the pre-trial detention center since 2010, then, in 2016, the former Adviser of the Governor on Sports was released, and the FSIN Deputy Head was released on parole.
In 2015, the members of the organized crime group were acquitted by the Moscow Regional Military Court, however, subsequently, the sentence was revoked by the Supreme Court, and the case was joined with that related to two other members of the gang.
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