Entrepreneurs from companies that were engaged in the construction and reconstruction of the residence in Novo-Ogarevo reported that they gave bribes to Lieutenant Colonel Golokhvostov and other employees so that they did not notice violations and theft
lieutenant colonel Alexei Golokhvostov 13 years in a strict regime colony and a fine of 40 million rubles. in the case of a bribe during the construction of the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo. This was reported by Kommersant.
The 235th garrison military court, chaired by Artem Karpov, has been considering the Golokhvostov case since January of this year. On May 24, a court session was held, at which the prosecutor's office requested punishment, while she did not demand to deprive the lieutenant colonel of a special rank and state awards. The defense insisted on an acquittal, since, according to the lawyer, Golokhvostov's guilt had not been proven. The court is due to announce the verdict on May 26.
Alexey Golokhvostov— former deputy head of the 4th department of the 2nd department of the capital construction department of the engineering and technical support service of the FSO.
In September 2020, the main military investigative department of the NC opened a criminal case against him under the article on accepting a bribe on an especially large scale (part 6 of article 290 of the Criminal Code). According to investigators, from the beginning of February 2015 to November 2016, he received a bribe of 20 million rubles. “for general patronage” and connivance in the service.
Testimony against the FSO officer was given by the former director of the company “Stroykomplekt” Dmitry Torchinsky and top manager of Stroyfasad (part of the Baltstroy Group of Companies) Stanislav Kyuner, who were detained in the case of especially large embezzlement (part 4 of article 160 of the Criminal Code) during the construction and reconstruction of the residence. They received five and six years in a strict regime colony, respectively.
Then the entrepreneurs said that they gave bribes to FSO employees so that they would not notice theft and violations during construction.
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December 29, 2020 Golokhvostov came with his things and a lawyer to the military investigation department and issued a confession. He was detained and charged with taking bribes. The court took the lieutenant colonel into custody.
The defendant of the suspect, Vladimir Titov, stated that Golokhvostov issued a confession under pressure from the investigation, despite the weak evidence base. The FSO officer denied taking bribes.
At the same time, there is a second episode in the case under the article on a large-scale bribe (part 5 of article 290 of the Criminal Code). The investigation considered that in 2018 Golokhvostov threatened the Petersburg Renaissance LLC company, which would prevent the acceptance and coordination of work on the reconstruction of 11 towers of the Moscow Kremlin. Then he received part of the money from the head of the company, Ivan Orenchuk, at a meeting in Alexander Garden, the case file said. have already condemned the top managers of the firm “Climate Prof” (part of Baltstroy) Sergei Perevalov and Alexander Rodionov, Kommersant wrote. The first received four years in a general regime colony, the second— three.
Since 2012, the 2nd Western District Military Court is still considering criminal cases under the FSO contract with FSUE Ateks.
The company was supposed to build a reception house, a hotel with a gym, a commandant's office, a garage, a hangar for storing park equipment, a checkpoint and a boiler room in the residence. The amount of the contract reached 5.7 billion rubles. However, 1.3 billion rubles. went to the accounts of one-day firms under fictitious contracts for the work performed, the investigation found out.
In March 2017, the defendants in the case were the ex-head of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Ateks” FSO Andrey Kaminov, former head of the engineering and technical support service of the FSO, Major General Igor Vasilyev, top manager of Stroyfasad Sergei Litvinov, head of the Forum holding Dmitry Mikhalchenko. Colonel Dmitry Ulitin, head of the engineering and technical support department of the FSO, and ex-general director of the Klimat Prof company, also became participants in the case. Boris Maltsev.
President Vladimir Putin occupied the Novo-Ogaryovo residence in 2000 and did not move out of it even under the presidency of Dmitry Medvedev.
The residence is located on the site of a 19th-century estate, which was built by order Prince Sergei Alexandrovich, son of Alexander II, in the style of English Gothic. In Soviet times, it was used as a country house for receptions of the Central Committee of the CPSU. Under Putin, a stable, a swimming pool, a gym, a house for official receptions, a guest house with a cinema hall, a temple, a heliport, greenhouses and even a poultry house appeared on the site.
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