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«Arithmetic» court in Alushta: for a bribe of a million — a fine … in a million

«Arithmetic» court in Alushta: for a bribe of a million — a fine … in a million

CrimeaPRESS reports:

But the defendant eventually lost two million.

In Alushta, a verdict of 1 million rubles was passed in a criminal case on bribery. A 51-year-old resident of the Bakhchisarai region was in the dock. She was found guilty of committing a crime under paragraph “b” of Part 4 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“giving a bribe on a large scale”).

The court found that after carrying out operational search activities at the place of residence of her nephew, during which narcotic drugs and parts of plants weighing more than 300 grams were seized, she offered a bribe in the amount of 1 million rubles to an operational officer of the FSB of Russia. He reported the illegal offer to his superiors.

After that, the operational officer, acting under the control of employees of the Department of the FSB of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, agreed to the proposal of the accused, and the next day the latter in the city of Alushta handed over the indicated funds to him as a bribe, after which she was detained— said the details in the prosecutor’s office.

The court, taking into account the position of the public prosecutor, sentenced the guilty party to a fine of … 1 million rubles. Necessary clarification: this is not “that million” that was transferred as a bribe. Those funds, according to the prosecutor’s office of the Republic of Crimea, were confiscated to the state.

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