The Moscow City Court will pass sentence upon General Alexander Drymanov, ex-director of the Investigative Committee’s Main Investigations Directorate, charged with corruption, on March 18, the court press-service informs RAPSI.
Earlier, the prosecution has asked the court to sentence Drymanov to 16 years in prison.
Prosecutors also asked the court to sentence two other defendants in the case, Colonel Alexey Kramarenko and Colonel Mikhail Maksimenko to 14 and 17 years in prison respectively.
The prosecution also seeks to fine Drymanov 196 million rubles (about $3 million), Kramarenko – 195 million rubles ($3 million), and Maksimenko – 250 million rubles ($4 million).
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