In Yekaterinburg employees of the Russian Investigative Committee and the FSB carried out searches in the office of tax crimes GU MVD of Russia in Sverdlovsk region in the framework of the criminal case on bribery, reports the website of the RF IC on Monday.

Reports Ura.rua search of the building on Lenin Avenue, 15 was held on Thursday, September 22. During operative actions of employees of a Central Board has been asked to vacate their rooms and move into the auditorium, the newspaper writes.

We are talking about the case involving the Deputy chief of Department on revealing of tax crimes in the sphere of construction and transport, Directorate for economic security and combating corruption GU MVD of Russia in Sverdlovsk region Maxim Kasatkin and his friend Edward the Edges. They are accused under part 6 St. 290 criminal code (bribery in especially large size) and part 4 of article 291.1 of the RF criminal code (mediation in bribery).

According to the investigation, from July till 11 August 2016 the suspects entered into a criminal conspiracy. Kasatkin brokered edges began to extort money and as a result received from the Director of a commercial organization with two million rubles for the termination conducted by employees of the Moi of Russia in Sverdlovsk region and verification activities financial and economic activities of the enterprise. Kasatkin and the Edges were detained. The criminal investigation continues.

Recall that recently the newspaper “Kommersant” , in connection with the high-profile case of the interior Ministry Colonel Dmitry Zakharchenko said that the authorities are discussing the possible abolition or the reform of the Main Directorate of economic security and counteraction of corruption (Guebipk) Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Earlier during the search Zakharchenko found currency about eight billion rubles.

The investigative Committee and the FSB conducted a search in GU MVD in the Sverdlovsk region 26.09.2016

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