The former head of Komi Vladimir Torlopova charged with creating
criminal community and guide them together with Vyacheslav
, who succeeded him in office in 2010, as well as fraud
large size, reported on the website
Of the investigative Committee.

Thus, he was charged with two articles, part 3 of article 210 and
part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code. According to investigators, as a result of criminal
the actions of Vladimir Torlopova the state in the face of the Komi Republic was
damage of not less than two and a half billion rubles.
The charge was filed by the investigator of the Main Directorate for
the investigation of particularly important cases of the UK.

The ex-Governor was questioned and admitted his guilt, reports TASS.
The investigator, having received from him, appealed to the Basmanny district court with
a petition for house arrest, and the court granted this motion
the Prosecutor’s office supported.

According to”Kommersant”,
this soft measure is related to the fact that Vladimir Torlopov
actively cooperating with the investigation. Given this, according to the newspaper,
case against ex-official may be in a separate
production and considered by the court in a special order. In turn, his
the results will be used as evidence of guilt on the main
the case of the OPS in the Republic of Komi.

Torlopov has held the position of head of the Komi Republic in the period from December 20, 2001
on 14 January 2010 and was a Senator from the Republic on March 3
2010 to 22 September 2016.

In the investigation of criminal cases against members of criminal
community, acting on the territory of the Republic of Komi, in the
which consisted of senior officials to the criminal liability
now attracted 16 people. Name Torlopova appeared in the materials
investigation for a long time, it is believed that he opened
the way
the power of the members of the criminal community, which
occupied important positions in the leadership of the Republic.

The former head of Komi Vladimir Torlopova accused on two counts and was put under house arrest 06.10.2016

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