The former chief narcologist of Russia Bryun was accused of embezzlement of 20 million rubles
The former chief narcologist of the Russian Ministry of Health Yevgeny Bryun and his alleged accomplice, deputy head of the Association of Narcologists of the Russian Federation Vladimir Yakushev, are accused of embezzling 20 million rubles from the Moscow Department of Health through front organizations. This was reported by TASS with reference to the press service of the Moscow prosecutor's office.
Bryun and Yakushev were accused of embezzling funds from the Moscow Department of Health in the amount of at least 20 million rubles through controlled companies that did not carry out financial and economic activities. The prosecutor's office noted that the supplies of medical devices were organized at a significantly inflated cost for the Moscow Scientific and Practical Center for Narcology DZM. -systems after interrogation in the ATC. He is charged with h. 4 tbsp. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (fraud on an especially large scale).
Earlier it was reported that Yevgeny Bryun was placed under house arrest until October 3. Also, before this date, the alleged accomplice of the narcologist Vladimir Yakushev was sent under house arrest, who pleaded guilty to fraud and made a deal with the investigation.
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