Рейтинг@Mail.ru
RusEng

News

Alleged accomplice of ex-official charged with embezzlement to stay in detention

14:40 11/12/2017

MOSCOW, December 11 (RAPSI) – The Moscow City Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling extending detention for entrepreneur Marina Dyukova, an alleged accomplice of the Federal Penitentiary Service’s (FSIN) ex-Deputy chief Oleg Korshunov, charged with large scale embezzlement.

Dyukova is charged with attempted embezzlement by an organized group or on an especially large scale. Earlier, her detention has been extended until February 13, 2018. Korshunov will stay in detention until the same day as well.

According to investigation, Korshunov organized conclusion of two government contracts on delivery of fuels and lubricants and food products at an overvalued price between 2015 and 2016. Actions of Korshunov and his accomplices allegedly caused a 160-million-ruble damage (about $3 million) to the FSIN.

The defendant has pleaded not guilty.

Korshunov was appointed to the post of FSIN deputy head in March 2014. He has been bestowed the rank of Full State Counsellor 2nd Class of the Russian Federation.

In October, President Vladimir Putin relieved Korshunov of his post.

Share thisE-mail this articlesubmit newsAdd to blogrss feed
Add to blog
To link to this material, copy the code to your blog.
Publishing code:
Preview:

Alleged accomplice of ex-official charged with embezzlement to stay in detention

14:40 11/12/2017 The Moscow City Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling extending detention for entrepreneur Marina Dyukova, an alleged accomplice of the Federal Penitentiary Service’s (FSIN) ex-Deputy chief Oleg Korshunov, charged with large scale embezzlement.
Forward news story

All fields are mandatory!

Submit news

All fields are mandatory!

Share this

Top news