The former chief investigator of Moscow was accused of receiving bribes


Alexander Dryanovo: Eugene biyatov / RIA Novosti

The former head of the investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) in Moscow Alexander Drymanov is accused of receiving a bribe. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to an informed source. To it threatens from 8 till 15 years of imprisonment.

Dryanovo was charged under part 6 of article 290 of the criminal code of Russian Federation (“receiving a bribe in especially large size”). In the near future, the court shall elect a measure of restraint. The General believes his prosecution consequence of the slander.

According to the Agency, Drymanov was detained on the case about receiving a bribe by the senior officials of the TFR for the release from prison and reduced charges Andrew Kochanova, henchman of crime boss Zakhary Kalashov (Shakro Young). His lawyer confirmed this information.

As reported RIA Novosti, the collection of evidence took more than six months, and there are at least two episodes of receiving a bribe. According to the Agency, the General was arrested on Monday, July 16, in his own apartment, he spent the night in the infirmary. At the same time, sources RBC reported that Drymanov detained in one of Moscow’s business centers.

Timanov was a witness in the case of a bribe, a key figure of which was Shakro Young. He, along with Kochanova was part of an armed group engaged in extortion in the capital’s entrepreneurs. In December 2015 they are under the threat of violence began to extort the owner of the restaurant on Rochdelskaya street eight million rubles. As a result there was a skirmish, during which two people died, seven were hospitalized. Members of the group Shakro Young was detained and arrested in August 2016.

Video, photo All from Russia.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here