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07 July 2017
08:55:00

The Head Office of the Investigative Committee has established more occasions on which heavy artillery was used against civilian population in southeast Ukraine. According to Article 12 of the RF Criminal Code, foreign citizens who have committed crimes outside the Russian Federation are liable under the RF Criminal Code in cases provided for by the RF Investigation Agreement if they have not been convicted in a foreign state. Considering this, two cases have been opened in the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare under Part 1 of Article 356 of the RF Criminal Code.

07 July 2017
08:50:00

The East Siberian Transport Office of the Investigative Committee has opened an investigation in violation of safety standards for traffic and operation of an aircraft entailing death of a person under Part 2 of Article 263 of the RF Criminal Code after an emergency landing of a Bell 206 helicopter in Okinsky District, Buryatia.

06 July 2017
15:05:00

Following order of Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin criminal cases over a crime committed against a 13-year-old girl from Yekaterinburg under Part 3 of Article 134 and over negligence of officials under Part 1 of Article 293 of the RF Criminal Code have been taken under control by the Investigative Committee'’ Central Office.

06 July 2017
12:39:00

Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has personally looked into the criminal proceedings initiated against resident of Barnaul Oksana Tkachenko and ordered his subordinates to carefully, not intervening in the jurisdiction of prosecutor’s office or courts, analyze the case files to check if the Altai Territory Office of the Investigative Committee ran a full, all-round and impartial investigation.

06 July 2017
09:00:00

During an inquiry in the murder of mayor of Sergiyev Posad, Moscow Region, Yevgeny Dushko, Investigators of the Major Cases Directorate of the Investigative Committee have gotten on the tracks of a gang headed by Konstantin Piskaryov aka Big Kostya. According to the investigators, he set up the gang in 1999 to kill people. The gang included Sergei Aleksandrov, Sergei Bezrukov, Alexander Zamyatin, Denis Zemtsov, Dmitry Lupichev, Dmitry Mishin, Igor Saryan, Andrei Stolyarov, Dmitry Yurov and others. The gang’s activity was broken off in 2016, when the gangsters were detained. 

06 July 2017
08:35:00

Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has given order to the head of the Moscow Region Office of the Investigative Committee to run a check in constructing houses on the waterside near the Moskva Channel off the village of Vitenyovo.

05 July 2017
22:07:00

The Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee continues criminal proceedings against members of Orekhovo and Medvedkovo gangs involved in a number of murders and other major crimes committed in early 1990s.

05 July 2017
11:29:00

Mass media reported on 4 July 2017 on beating of a female paramedic. The same day, the Pskov Region Office of the Investigative Committee ran a check in the reports and then opened an investigation in battery under Article 116 of the RF Criminal Code.

04 July 2017
15:17:00

A working meeting led by Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has been held today at the Saint Petersburg Academy of Investigative Committee.

04 July 2017
14:25:00

A team of authors from among professors and teachers of the Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee have prepared and published textbook Criminal Law. The General Part under general editorship of Chairman of the RF Investigative Committee, honored lawyer of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Law, Professor, General of Justice of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin and under scientific editorship of Professor of Criminal Law Department at the O.Y. Kutafin State Law University of Moscow (MGUA), Doctor of Law, Professor Alecander Chuchayev.

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