The ex-law enforcement officer released on parole declared his readiness to participate in his

Aboutthe ex-silovik released on parole declared his readiness to participate in a military operation, the court released on parole a former silovik convicted of participating in the transfer of a bribe. He made a deal with the investigation and received four years in prison, and the other defendants — 11 years each

Ex-law enforcement officer released on parole declared his readiness to participate in his own

The court granted the defense’s request for the conditional early release of a former employee of the Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN), entrepreneur Timur Dzusov, who was sentenced to four years in the case of receiving a bribe on a particularly large scale (Part 6 of Article 290 of the Criminal Code), Kommersant reports.

Dzusov at the meeting stated that he “fully realized what he had done”, and called the crime he had committed “a black spot on his soul”. He added that he is a career military man, fully supports the military operation in Ukraine and is ready to participate in hostilities if he is called upon: to command a motorized rifle platoon or company, as well as to control an infantry fighting vehicle or APC.

Dzusov was detained in December 2018. According to investigators, he participated in the transfer of bribes to the deputy head of the 11th Department of the Department of the Central Department of Internal Security of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Dmitry Ataev and the head of the 12th department of the 4th operational search unit of the Moscow UEBIPK Evgeny Kashmatov from the top manager of JSC “EMC-Engineering”raquo; Andrey Chesnokov.

The company’s management was suspected of embezzling funds from the main military construction department of the Ministry of Defense during the construction of military facilities. According to the investigation, Ataev and Kashmatov received 20 million rubles from Chesnokov for the termination of inspections, while Dzusov conducted negotiations with representatives of JSC.

After the arrest, Dzusov agreed to cooperate with the investigation and concluded a pre-trial agreement, his case was considered in a special order. In January 2021, he was sentenced to four years in prison. Considering the time of his arrest, Dzusov spent more than half of his term in custody – two years and ten months. His lawyer asked to release the defendant to freedom, taking into account the positive characteristics. The UFSIN confirmed that Dzusov “does not violate the schedule, is always neat, respectful and polite.” He is due to be released in early December.

Ataev and Kashmatov were sentenced to 11 years in prison and fines of 100 million rubles.

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In October, Senators Andrei Klishas and Olga Kovitidi drafted a bill on the participation of convicts in hostilities. According to the proposal, if the convicted person “shows courage and heroism in the performance of military duty”…> and thereby proves his correction», then on the recommendation of the command, the court may release him from serving his sentence or the remainder of the sentence.

Businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, commenting on the initiative, said that “having embarked on the path of good, it will be difficult for you to turn away from it.” In autumn, a video appeared on telegram channels showing a man similar to Prigozhin recruiting prisoners to be sent to Ukraine. The businessman then suggestedFor Russians who do not want prisoners to participate in a military operation, choose: “Either PMCs and prisoners, or your children,” decide for yourself.

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