The amount of damage in the case of theft of property, Chubais was about 1 billion rubles
MOSCOW, December 27. /TASS/. The result imputes a former business partner of Chairman of the Board OOO “UK “Rosnano” Anatoly Chubais Ilya Suchkov charged with stealing the property of the owner, the damage for total amount about 1 billion rubles. TASS said Wednesday the lawyer of the member of the “Parnassus” Musa Sadaeva — another defendant in whose case is joined with that Suchkova.
“The total amount of damage on criminal case about the theft, which was instituted on the initiative of Anatoly Chubais, is about 1 billion rubles, including a residential complex in Odintsovo district of Moscow region”, — said the lawyer Vyacheslav Makarov, adding that the criminal case against Suchkova and Sadaeva United in one production.
According to counsel, a criminal case was opened suburban police on the statement of Anatoly Chubais for theft of property and residential complex includes guest house, residential house, guard house, gas, garage and land. The residential complex is located in the Odintsovo district in the village of Rework.
The lawyer also told TASS that the defendants guilt does not recognize and believe that “the property is owned by the Swiss company, which Chubais had previously issued and referred to his former business partner Suchkovo”.
As the lawyer said, Sadaebu impute damages for the theft of interior equipment of the contested home in the amount of 68 million rubles.
In turn, a source close to the investigation told TASS that the criminal case are also guard and Director chop “Argus” (they had discovered part of the stolen property) that are in jail.
4 Sep Odintsovo city court of Moscow region sanctioned the arrest of a member of the Federal political Council of the Party of people’s freedom (Parnas) Musa Sadaeva in the case of theft in especially large size (point “b” part 4 St. 158 criminal code). The maximum penalty under this article provides till 10 years of imprisonment. He is charged with, the arrest term is until January 21, 2018.