• Zakharchenko asked the court to transfer under house arrest because of health problems

  • The former acting head of the "T" anti-corruption Central Directorate of interior Ministry Dmitry Zakharchenko, accused of corruption, asks to release it under house arrest, because he feared for his health. On Thursday, November 3, reports "Interfax".

    "I ask you to release me under house arrest, not even asking for a more lenient preventive measure. If the investigation finds that I'm involved in, I am ready to appear at any investigative actions", — Zakharchenko in the Presnensky court of Moscow, where the question of the extension of his arrest.

    According to him, immediately after arrest he was in top form, and now feels that "quietly dying".

    A former police officer also told the court that freedom could help to find the owner allegedly discovered billion.

    "If I was at liberty, together with the FSB much faster would found the owner discovered the money," — said Zakharchenko.

    The consequence asks to put him under arrest until March 8, 2017.

    6 Oct lawyer Zakharchenko Alexander Lebedevich said that during the interrogation of his client the investigators are not interested in the origin 8.5 billion rubles (in different currencies), discovered in the apartment of the sister of the officer.

    According to the lawyer, no new charges, the Colonel did not show.

    Concerning the officer criminal case under article 285 ("Abuse of office"), 290 ("bribe reception") and 294 ("the Obstruction of justice and manufacture of preliminary investigation") of the criminal code. Version Zakharchenko, the charges were fabricated to remove him from office.

    Presnensky court of Moscow arrested him on 10 September. At home and at work I was searched, furthermore, investigative actions were held in front of his sister. According to the Prosecutor, in the car Zakharchenko was discovered 13 million, 170 thousand dollars and five thousand euros.


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