Mother of Sergey Tsapok, leader of organized crime group, accused the investigation of bias against her
During the trial In Krasnodar, Nadezhda Tsapok, the mother of famous outlaw, the leader of organized crime group – Sergey Tsapok, commented on the bias of the investigating authorities against her.
She is accused of fraud in the registration of land.
The regional prosecutor's office noted that according to the woman, "the investigation took place in an accusatory manner because of her last name." Recall that she is the mother of the leader of the gang, which is responsible for 19 murders.
The prosecutors also added that the woman pleaded not guilty and said that she was framed. The verdict will be announced on July 12th in Kushchevskiy district court.
According to the investigating authorities, Nadezhda Tsapok and her two accomplices sent to the territorial department of Rosreestr forged documents of land ownership with total area of 180 hectares. As a result of a scheme, about half of this land became her property. These actions caused the total damage of more than 3 mln rubles to Kushchevskiy district.
It should be noted that the hearings repeatedly were postponed - the cause every time was different - illness of the defendant, or her lawyers. During the last court hearing the prosecutor asked to plead Nadezhda Tsapok guilty and sentence her to 7.5 years in prison.
It is noteworthy that in December 2014 by a court decision Nadezhda Tsapok has already been plead guilty in another fraud case. At that time the court sentenced the woman to 6.5 years in prison, taking into account the period of her last sentence. Besides that, she was obligated to pay 500 thousand rubles fine to the government. Earlier, the court found her guilty in illegal obtaining of subsidies for 15 million rubles and sentenced to 3 years in prison.
As for the activity of Sergei Tsapok and his crime group, as previously reported by "Crime Russia", it was active in the period from 1998 to 2010 on the territory of the village of Kushchevskaya. According to the investigating authorities, on account of the gang is 19 murders, including the massacre of 12 people, among them were 4 children, which took place in the house of the farmer Server Ametov.
On November 19th, 2013 the gang leader, Sergei Tsapok, was sentenced to life imprisonment and 8 months later died of a stroke in prison.
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