Right-hand man of runaway champion Sagid Murtazaliev sentenced to 15 years
The court found Andrei Vinogradov guilty of attempting to kill a traffic police officer and financing an illegal armed group.
Andrei Vinogradov, the former head of the Kizlyar district, Dagestan, got 15 years in prison for an attempt to kill a traffic police officer and financing an illegal armed group, reported TASS citing its journalists from the North Caucasian District Military Court.
“To sentence Vinogradov to a 15-year imprisonment in a strict-regime prison for the combination of offences that were partially added up; the verdict is final,” is the quotation of the presiding judge.
According to investigators, Vinogradov was not a loner; he had the Dagestan head of the Pension Fund, his relative, as an accomplice.
The defense lawyer of the former official intends to appeal the verdict.
Earlier it was reported that during the debates of the parties, the state prosecutor asked to sentence Vinogradov to 13 years in prison.
Kupavnenskaya criminal group, known for a series of bloody crimes at the beginning of the decade, has been completely eliminated. The last of its active members who remained at large has been detained in Moscow.