Igor Bakulin, the former aide of the head of the Federal Agency for Fishery. He was sentenced to three years in prison in August 2011 for accepting $250,000 in bribes.
Andrey Taranov, the former CEO of the Federal Compulsory Health Insurance Fund, received seven years behind bars and a 1 million ruble ($34,000) fine in August 2009. Other suspects in the case were his first deputy and several fund employees, who were sentenced to 1.5 to 9 years in jail. According to investigators, they received almost 27.7 million rubles ($941,000) in bribes.
Sergey Dubinkin, the head of the Yekaterinburg Pension Fund, received a 10-year custodial sentence in December 2011. He was charged with accepting 36.5 million rubles ($1.24 million) in bribes.
Former Saratov Mayor Yuri Aksenenko received four years in prison in December 2009 for accepting a bribe in the form of two three-room apartments.
Former Tomsk Mayor Alexander Makarov was sentenced to 140 months in jail and a 1 million ruble ($34,000) fine in November 2010 for abuse of power and accepting a large-scale bribe.
Dmitry Dovgy, the former head of the Investigative Committee’s Main Investigative Directorate at the Prosecutor General’s Office, received nine years in jail in 2010 for accepting a $1 million bribe and abuse of office.
Former Prosecutor General’s Office Investigation Committee investigator Grigory Domovets received a suspended three-year prison sentence in 2011 for accepting a $1.5 million bribe.
Former Smolensk Mayor Eduard Kachanovsky was sentenced to four years in prison for attempted bribe-taking in the form of a three-room apartment.
Roman Postnikov, the former official of the Federal Agency for Fishery, received three years behind bars for accepting over $300,000 in bribes.
Retired Col. Oleg Suss, a Defense Ministry employee, received an eight-year prison sentence in 2011 for accepting an $8,500 bribe.