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High-ranking investigator‘s lawyers ask court to transfer case to Investigative Committee

15:56 09/08/2016

MOSCOW, August 9 (RAPSI, Lyudmila Klenko) – Lawyers for the First Deputy Head of the Investigative Committee’s Moscow Directorate, Denis Nikandrov, who is suspected of taking a large-scale bribe, have asked a court to transfer the case against him to the Investigative Committee of Russia, the court’s representative told RAPSI on Tuesday.

Nikandrov’s defense team appealed the Lefortovsky District Court’s ruling over transfer of criminal case to the Investigative Directorate of the Federal Security Service (FSB).

Earlier the court has dismissed appeals against launch of criminal cases against officers of the Investigative Committee.

On July 20, the head of the Investigative Committee’s Internal Security Directorate Mikhail Maksimenko along with several of his high-ranking colleagues, including Nikandrov, and Maksimenko’s deputy Alexander Lamonov, were detained for one month and 27 days, i.e. till September 15. Earlier, they have been arrested by the Federal Security Service (FSB) on suspicion of receiving a large-scale bribe.

According to the official website of the FSB, the agency, along with the Investigative Committee, is carrying out a probe into the criminal case against the suspects over alleged abuse of office and receiving bribes from some representatives of the criminal community.

In late July, various media outlets reported that Maksimenko and his colleagues were arrested by the FSB as a part of the investigation into the criminal case over extortion of 8 million rubles ($127,000) that involved gang leader Zakhariy Kalashov also known in the criminal world as Shakro Molodoi.

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High-ranking investigator‘s lawyers ask court to transfer case to Investigative Committee

15:56 09/08/2016 Lawyers for the First Deputy Head of the Investigative Committee’s Moscow Directorate, Denis Nikandrov, who is suspected of taking a large-scale bribe, have asked a court to transfer the case against him to the Investigative Committee of Russia.
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