Major General Rustam Gabdulin, who was investigating the stem in Perm, was fired from the Investigative Committee. Investigator for especially important cases Rustam Gabdulin was relieved of his post at the end of 2021. According to TASS, he is moving to another job
Investigator for especially important cases under the chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Major General of Justice Rustam Gabdulin was dismissed from the Investigative Committee. This is reported by TASS, citing a law enforcement source.
“ Gabdulin was fired at the end of December 2021, '' & mdash; said the interlocutor of the agency. According to him, the major general is moving to another job.
Information about the resignation was also confirmed by the source of KP. in the Investigative Committee. According to the newspaper, Gabdulin left the department of his own free will.
Lawyer Sergei Badamshin on the Telegram channel also published a decree signed on December 28 by Russian President Vladimir Putin on the dismissal of Major General of Justice Rustam Gabdulin from his post.
“ The era is over, '' & mdash; he wrote
Rustam Gabdulin investigated a number of high-profile criminal cases.
For example, he was instructed to investigate the case of a fire in the Kemerovo shopping and entertainment center Zimnyaya Vishnya, which killed 60 people, including 37 children, Kommersant reported. He also investigated the attack on the Perm State National Research University, which killed six people.
In addition, Gabdulin investigated the case of the former mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev, who was sentenced to 15 years of strict regime for using his official position to receive a bribe on an especially large scale in the execution of state contracts for road repair, and the case of the ex-head of RusHydro Evgeny Doda, who was suspected of major fraud.
Onge was involved in the production of riots and attacks on police officers during the protest on May 6, 2012 on Bolotnaya Square. The action was agreed, but escalated into mass arrests and clashes with the police, which, in turn, led to criminal cases, united in the so-called swamp case.
Gabdulin was also an investigator in the case of the crash of the motor ship “ ; Bulgaria '', which killed 122 people, including 28 children.
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