4th Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee (located in the city of Yekaterinburg) has concluded criminal investigation into traffic accident in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area involving a bus with children on board. Director of the Sibiryak Sports School Irina Tarasova is accused of negligence, leading to death of two or more persons under Part 3 of Article 293, the bus driver Marat Zaynulin and representative of an entrepreneur, who provided transportation, Rayil Sidoruk are accused oа providing services that do not meet safety requirements, leading to death of two or more persons under Part 3 of Article 238, as well as truck driver Rayil Sayitkhanov is accused of violation traffic rules and rules for operations of vehicles under Part 5 of Article 264 of the RF Penal Code.
The Major Cases Directorate of the Investigative Committee has concluded investigation into criminal cases against participant of the unauthorized rally on 26 March 2017 inMoscow – Alexander Shpakov. He is accused in use of violence against a representative of the power under Part 1 of Article 318 of the RF Penal Code.
The Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has conducted a meeting with the President of the Peter the Great’s Academy of Sciences and Arts Leonid Maiboroda and the Chancellor of the Saint-Petersburg Investigative Committee Academy Alexander Yefremov in the Saint-Petersburg Investigative Committee Academy today.
The Irkutsk Region Office of the Investigative Committee has launched a probe in fire of houses in the settlement of Bubnovka, Kirensk District, Irkutak Region under Article 293 of the RF Penal Code (Negligence).
Alexander Bastrykin has conducted a meeting in the Saint-Petersburg Head Investigative Directorate of Investigative Committee with the heads of investigative offices of Northwestern Federal District.
Evidedence gathered by the Head Office of the Investigative Committee and a court are seen as sufficient to pronounce a sentence to former head of the Economical Safety and Counteraction to Corruption Department of the Ministry of the Interior Denis Sugrobov, as well as former heads and employees of that institution: Boris Kolesnikov, Salavat Mullayarov, Ivan Kosourov, Vitaly Cherednichenko, Evgeniy Shermanov, Sergei Borisovsky, Sergei Ponomaryov, Andrei Nazarov and a civilian Igor Skakunov. In dependence of their roles in the crimes, under Article 210, Item C, Part 3 of Article 286, Article 303, Article 304 of the RF Penal Code (organization and participation in criminal society, abuse of official powers, falsification of evidence and results of investigative operations, provocation of bribery). Sugrobov has been found guilty in 21 counts of crimes.
Information about overload of the Tupolev Tu-154 plane that allegedly caused the crash contradicts to the revealed consequences and materials of the case.
The first joined meeting of Russia, Armenian and Belarusan Boards of Investigative Committees has taken place in TauridePalace in Saint-Petersburg. The Chairmen of Committees Alexander Bastrykin, Agvan Ovsepyan, Ivan Noskevich, the Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation Valeriy Zorkin, the Governor of Saint Peterburg Georgiy Poltavchenko, the General Secretary of the Interparliamentary Assembly of Member Nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States Aleksei Sergeyev, employees of investigative committees and other invited persons took part in the meeting.
The Moscow Investigative Head Office of the Investigative Committee has concluded a criminal investigation against three former policemen of Moscow Police Department, as well as five accomplices that are not affiliated with state service. In dependence of their role in crimes under Part 4 of Article 159 (fraud, committed in exceptionally large amount), Parts 1, 2, 3 of Article 210 (organization of criminal society using official status and participation in that society), Part 6 of Article 290 (bribery committed in exceptionally large amount) and Part 3 of Article 303 of the RF Penal Code (falsification of evidence in a criminal case involving a major or especially major crime).
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