Investigators found hundreds of thousands of dollars and euros during search of Federal Customs Service Head’s palace
In addition, 10 million rubles, a collection of pens and old paintings were found.
During the search in the house of the Russian Federal Customs Service Head Andrey Belyaninov significant amounts of money: 10 million rubles, 400 thousand dollars and 300 thousand euros were detected. In addition, expensive pens and old paintings, perhaps, original works of art were found.
At this point, the investigators are working on finding out the origin of the money and the authenticity of pens and works of art.
Earlier, the official representative of the IC RF Markin said that searches are conducted both in the workplace and in the house of the Federal Customs Service Head Andrei Belyaninov and his deputies Davydov and Strukov.
Russian activist kidnapped, beaten and threatened with death of family in Ingushetia: authorities remain inactive
October 5, Amnesty International employee Oleg Kozlovsky came to study and cover protests in Magas. On that day, the man could not even imagine that literally in a day he, naked and beaten, would be at gunpoint in a deserted field of Ingushetia. It has been more than a month since Oleg appealed to the Investigative Committee with a statement, but the authorities are inactive – Kozlovsky was not even called in for questioning. The CrimeRussia delved into the details of this case.