The Main Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia finished investigation of a probe into Unistroi LLC Director General Maya Gagua. She is accused of swindling and legalization of property acquired in an illegal way on an especially large scale (Part 4 of Article 159, Paragraph B of Part 4 of Article 174.1 of the Criminal Code of Russia).
According to the investigation, in 2015-2017 Oleg Korshunov, holding a position of a deputy director of the Federal Penal Service, following his criminal role through giving instructions to his subordinates, ensured transaction of funds allocated for construction of an investigative isolator in Simferopol to organizations under his control led by his accomplices: Valery Kaklugin, being an acting head of the Investigative Directorate 23 of the Federal Penal Service, Gagua and her acquaintance Andrey Uglanov. The latter cashed in 94.6 million rubles received from the budget and disposed of them without completing the construction work.
Their actions inflicted damage to the Federal Penal Service for the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol in the said amount.
Gagua was subjected to house detention. She fully admitted her guilt and concluded an immunity agreement pre-trial. The probe was presented separately.
The investigators collected enough evidence for the criminal case to be transferred for approval of an indictment and subsequent referral to court.
The investigative actions under the probe against Korshunov, Kaklugin and Uglanov have been completed. Currently, the accused and their defenders are getting acquainted with the materials of the criminal case.