The owner burnt down in Perm nightclub “Lame horse” Anatoly Zak who is serving a sentence in the Karelian colony, asked the court about the parole, reported RIA “Novosti” with reference to the press service of the Segezha city court.

“Zack filed a petition for PAROLE. It will be viewed 8 November,” – said the Agency interlocutor.

Currently released already three defendants in the case about a fire in “the Lame horse”. Employee Gospozhnadzora on the Perm edge Dmitry Roslyakov was released under Amnesty in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Victory. Also for this Amnesty came pyrotechnist Igor Derbenev. Even before freedom came, former inspector Gospozhnadzora Natalia Prokopyeva. She fell under the Amnesty to mark the 20th anniversary of the Constitution, a resolution which was adopted on 18 December 2013.

A fire in club “Lame horse” occurred on 5 December 2009. As a result of the tragedy killed 156 people, 404 recognized as victims. The verdict in the case was issued in April 2013. As a result, were convicted eight persons – the owner of the club Anatoly Zak, co-owner Konstantin mrykhin, Executive Director Svetlana Yefremova, art Director Oleg Fetkulov, the organizers of a fireworks show Igor and Sergey Derbeneva, inspectors Gospozharnadzora on the Perm edge Dmitry Roslyakov and Natalia Prokopyeva. One more accused – the former main state inspector of region on fire inspection Vladimir muhutdinova – court released from liability in connection with the lapse of time, appointing him a ticket.

In April 2013, the Leninsky district court in Perm decided to collect in favour of the victims of the share of the owner of the club Anatoly Zak in some firms. The group of companies “Chkalovskaya”, in 14 societies where Zach had shares, has agreed to buy them back at book value and at the end of February of this year transferred about 141 million rubles to the Federal service of bailiffs.



The owner of the burnt down club in Perm “Lame horse” asked about UDO 24.10.2016

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