Court has recognized the evidence collected by Moscow Region investigating bodies of the Russia’s Investigative Committee sufficient to convict Andrey Kashirin, 30, from Moscow of attack on Chairman of local party Prvaoye Delo and member of Moscow Union of Journalists Konstantin Fetisov. He was found guilty of crimes under parts 4 and 5 of article 33, part 1 of article 116 (instigation and complicity in battery) and part 4 and 5 of article 33, part 3 of article 30, paragraphs “b”, “g” and “h” of part 2 of article 105 of the RF Criminal Code (instigation and complicity in murder of a person in connection with the person’s discharge of public duty committed by a group of people under a preliminary conspiracy on hire).
Today the Russia’s Investigative Committee is holding a board meeting dedicated to cooperation of investigating bodies of SKR with divisions of Ministry of Internal Affairs, state authorities and other organizations, media in revealing and investigating crimes related to disappearance of minors (juveniles).
The Central Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee has decided to combine into a single law suit two criminal cases against Leonid Razvozzhayev. This concerns the criminal case charging Razvozzhayev and other persons with robbery of a businessman committed in 1997 in Angarsk (paragraphs “a”, “c”, “d” of part 2 of article 162 of the RF Criminal Code) and the case against Sergey Udaltsov, Leonid Razvozzhayev, Konstantin Lebedev and other persons over plotting mass riots in Moscow and other regions of the country (part 1 of article 30, part 1 of article 212 of the RF Criminal Code).
Investigating bodies of the Moscow Central Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee are investigating a criminal case over murder of former mayor of the town of Shakhty, Rostov Region, Sergey Ponomarenko. The case was started over signs of a crime under part 1 of article 105 (murder) and part 1 of article 222 of the RF Criminal Code (illegal handling of firearms).
A video captioned Violence in Correctional Facility (Colony)-10 was posted in the Internet on 27 November 2012. The text of the video says that facts of abusing official powers were taking place Correctional Facility (Colony)-10 in Rostov-on-Don. The Rostove Region investigating bodies of the Russia’s Investigative Committee have launched a criminal case based on results of the check against former Deputy Head of the Colony-10 of Regional Main Directorate of Russian Penitentiary Service (GUFSIN) Vladimir Kobzar, former police operative of the operative department Vaksim Danshin, police operative of the operative department Nikolai Ovchinnikov, duty inspector for residential area of the police station control room of security office Alexey Safronov and inspector of security office Vladimir Semenikov. They are suspected of crimes under paragraphs “a” and “b” of part 3 of article 286 of the RF Criminal Code (abuse of official powers using violence and special means).
The Tatarstan Republic investigating bodies of the Russia’s Investigative Committee have filed a petition to limit the time of reading the materials of the case till 31 December 2012 for employee of the Federal Service for Transport Supervision Irek Timergazeyev prosecuted for the wreck of Bulgaria cruise ship.
The Central Military Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched a criminal case against officials of Property Relations Department of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation and top managers in affiliated controlled companies of OAO Oboronservis and outside commercial organizations. The case was opened over signs of crimes under part 3 of article 285 (abuse of official powers entailing serious consequences), part 2 of article 201 (abuse of authority entailing serious consequences) and part 4 of article 159 of the RF Criminal Code (swindling committed by an organized group of persons or on an especially large scale). It concerns selling of real estates of OAO Mosvoyentorg (OJSC) – a non-residential building at the address: 21/1, Arbat, Moscow.
Alexander Bastrykin, Chairman of the Russia’s Investigative Committee, has arrived today in the town of Essentuki with a working visit.
Court has recognized the evidence collected by Central Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee sufficient to convict Ilyas Saidov. He was found guilty of crimes under part 2 of article 209, article 205, article 222, article 317, paragraphs “a”, “g” and “h” of part 2 of article 105 of the RF Criminal Code (banditry, terrorist attack, illegal handling of firearms, encroachment on a live of a law enforcement officer, murder).
The Central Military Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee during investigation of a criminal case against officials of the RF Ministry of Defense and top managers of ZAO Bezopasnost I Svyaz (CJSC) and OAO Slavyanka (OJSC), detained Andrey Lugansly on suspicions of stealing other’s property committed by an organized group. He was arrested unde the investigators’ petition.
23. In subsection “Internet reception” (section “Citizens’ appeals”) users can formulate electronic messages which are processed by authorized employees of the Department for consideration of citizens’ appeals and documentation in accordance with the Federal law of 02.05.2006 № 59-FZ “On procedure for consideration of appeals from citizens of the Russian Federation” and in accordance with relevant statutory acts of the Russian Investigative Committee.
24. To formulate an electronic appeal the user should:
In the message the user is required to specify their family name, name and patronymic (the last if the user has one), email address, if reply is wanted to be received as an electronic document, and mailing address, if reply is wanted to be received in writing.
25. The user has the right to attach to the appeal sent through Internet reception necessary documents and files in electronic form or sent mentioned documents and files or their copies in writing.
The documents and files attached in electronic form should represent a single file without archiving. The size of attached file is 5 Mb maximum. The following formats are available for attachment: txt, doc, rtf, xls, pps, ppt, pdf, jpg, bmp, png, tif, gif, pcx, mp3, wma, avi, mp4, mkv, wmv, mov, flv.
Appeals with large texts and documents attached should be sent to the Investigative Committee by mail.
26. The date of Internet application is the date of its posting on Internet website, which is fixed automatically at the time of sending the completed electronic form.
27. Electronic documents, sent through the website otherwise passing the Internet reception are not accepted for consideration.