General Administration for Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption (GUEBiPK) case
Denis Sugrobov, a former head of the Anti-Corruption Department of the Ministry of the International Affairs of the Russian Federations, and other Administration employees are under prosecution under the allegation of abuse of official power. The law enforcement officers attempted setting up an FSB employee, according to investigators. They were going to pretend to be entrepreneurs wanting him to “take them under his wing” for $10 000 a month. There are 5 suspects in the case.
Boris Kolesnikov, his deputy and a suspect in the case, committed suicide by jumping out of a window June 2014. The Basmanny District Court has earlier prolonged his detention period until February 14, 2015.
Accusation of "causing grave consequences" was returned to officer of the Anti-Corruption Department of the MIA Evgeny Golubtsov, thus rendering a verdict was prepared for ex-Head of the MIA Anti-Corruption Central board Denis Sugrobov.
Well-informed sources suggest that Mikhail Yurevich was ‘handed over’ to the security officers not only by the former Health Minister of the Southern Urals, but also by German businessman Valdemar Raizvikh.
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation has created a precedent, removing the line “causing grave consequences” from the case of former MIA GUEBiPK Lieutenant Colonel Golubtsov, charged under the article for abuse of official powers.