Lawyer Igor Trunov and leader of the group Space, Didier Marouani, earlier detained by police at the request of the singer Philip Kirkorov, intend to apply to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, the Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika and interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev with the complaint to illegal actions of law enforcement officers.

“We will make application to the President of Russia, the Prosecutor General and
head of the interior Ministry. We will complain and ask to take measures of prosecutorial
response to unlawful detention, investigative actions
at night” – said to”Interfax” the lawyer Marouani Lyudmila Aivar.

In turn, interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev has said that the police acted within the law. He described their actions “as ancient and consistent with applicable international law.” Answering the question about how does the police to initiate a criminal case against Kirkorov if it is proved the fact of extortion of money from him from Marouani, the Minister said: “We intend to always act in the legal space and the legal framework.”

Trunov and Marouani already written for Kirkorov for a deliberately false denunciation with a request to initiate a criminal case.

As for the statement about Kirkorov criminal case about extortion, it is also not yet accepted.

On the eve of Trunov and Marouani was detained in the “savings Bank” in the center of Moscow, where they came to sign a settlement agreement with Kirkorov, who allegedly agreed to pay 1 million euros Marouani for the misuse of his music. In the course of the settlement agreement was assumed that
the money will be deposited Kirkorov in the Bank, after which will be transferred
on account Marouani.

However, passing only 100 thousand, the man ran from the Bank, but instead was about 60 staff of law enforcement agencies.

Trunov and Marouani was taken to GU MVD of Russia in Moscow. At night, police released the detainees, bringing them an apology.



Marouani going to complain to Putin on the arresting police officers. The Minister assured them that they had acted legally 01.12.2016

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