The former head of the Federal penitentiary service prematurely left “the native land”

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Бывший глава ФСИН досрочно покинул «родные пенаты»

The court of Kaliningrad was released on PAROLE, the former head of the Federal penitentiary service of Reimer.

He was convicted of fraud and abuse of authority.

MOSCOW, February 25. /TASS/. The Central district court of Kaliningrad was released on parole a former Director of the Federal penitentiary service of Russia Alexander Reimer, who was convicted for fraud and abuse of authority. TASS reported Tuesday, the press service of the court.

“The court has satisfied the petition of protection about the parole Reimer,” – said in court. It noted that the decision to release him on PAROLE was made last week. It will enter into force ten days after adoption if not appealed by the Prosecutor’s office.

The former head of the Federal penitentiary service Alexander Reimer (he held this position in 2009-2012) was arrested on 31 March 2015, the same day he was charged under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code (“Fraud committed by an organized group or in especially large size”). According to investigators, Reimer embezzled 2,7 billion rubles of budget funds in the procurement Department of electronic bracelets for those under house arrest. September 24, 2015 Reimer was charged under part 3 of article 285 of the criminal code (“Abuse of official powers that caused grave consequences”). The details of this episode in the media were not disclosed. Reimer refused to admit his guilt.

14 June 2017 Zamoskvoretsky court of Moscow sentenced him under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code to eight years deprivation of freedom, charges under part 3 of article 285 was withdrawn. Two other defendants in the case, Deputy head of the FSIN Nikolay Krivolapov and Director of FSUE “Center of engineering and communication” Victor Opredeleno, received five years and eight months and six years of a colony accordingly. 3 may 2018 Krivolapov was released on parole. In August 2018, the Zamoskvoretsky court of Moscow has satisfied the claim to recover from the convicted more than 2,2 billion roubles.

 

 

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