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Ex-governor of the Kirov region was sentenced to 8 years of a penal colony for corruption

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The court convicted Nikita Belykh, former governor of the Kirov region. From the final part of the sentence, read the day before by the judge of the Presnensky court Tatiana Vasyuchenko:
To recognize Belykh guilty of committing a crime under h. 6 Art. 290 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (receiving a bribe by an official on a large scale) and sentenced him to eight years of imprisonment (...) in a colony of strict regime.



Ex-governor of the Kirov region was sentenced to 8 years of a penal colony for corruption


Nikita Belykh is also obliged to pay a fine in an amount that is two hundred times the size of a bribe, which is almost 50 million rubles.

It is known that Presnensky court acquitted Nikita Belykh on one of the prosecution episodes. This episode was also associated with the corrupt activities of the official.

The prosecution asked the court for punishment of the defendant in the form of 10 years of imprisonment and a fine of 100 million rubles. The court granted the petition of the prosecutor in part.

Recall that Nikita Belykh was charged with receiving a bribe through intermediaries. The total amount of vyatka is about 0,6 million euros.

The lawyer of the ex-governor Belykh called the verdict “absurd” and compared it with a similar verdict to ex-minister Alexei Ulyukayev, who also received 8 years in a penal colony and a multimillion-dollar fine for corruption crimes.
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  1. Evil543
    Evil543 2 February 2018 05: 47 New
    17
    Come on .. There are 20 more governors to be planted so that others are afraid, and the mayor of our Sobyanin is primarily for his fraud.
    1. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 2 February 2018 06: 02 New
      16
      And let this be the rule, not the exception.
      1. Krasnoyarsk
        Krasnoyarsk 3 February 2018 19: 45 New
        0
        Quote: ul_vitalii
        And let this be the rule, not the exception.

        Well, I can’t disagree with you. And if a miracle happens and our desires come true, you must admit that after 20 years they will be damned for mass "repressions." Is not it?
    2. Greenwood
      Greenwood 2 February 2018 06: 22 New
      11
      Quote: Evil543
      and the mayor of our Sobyanin primarily for his fraud.
      Hmm, but I thought Muscovites were dragging themselves from Sobyanin.
      1. Evil543
        Evil543 2 February 2018 07: 46 New
        +6
        Quote: Greenwood
        Quote: Evil543
        and the mayor of our Sobyanin primarily for his fraud.
        Hmm, but I thought Muscovites were dragging themselves from Sobyanin.

        You can pick it up for yourself, and you will have everything in the tile, and they will shift it every two or three times. We do not mind, we are kind.
        1. Ural resident
          Ural resident 2 February 2018 10: 02 New
          +5
          Interestingly, I lived in Moscow for several years, just before Sobyanin. In the underground passage, where I walked, and in the adjoining territory every six months, tiles were laid, and the former, still new, was barbarously smashed and laid exactly the same. It was very curious - probably this is such a national Moscow fun.)
        2. passing
          passing 2 February 2018 17: 38 New
          0
          You can pick it up for yourself, and you will have everything in the tile, and they will shift it every two or three times.

          Well, strongly do not scold, well, a person likes the process itself. lol
      2. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 2 February 2018 09: 54 New
        +4
        Quote: Greenwood
        Quote: Evil543
        and the mayor of our Sobyanin primarily for his fraud.
        Hmm, but I thought Muscovites were dragging themselves from Sobyanin.

        Muscovites drag themselves away. Whom do not put them, everything is bad. They have not yet answered Yeltsin before the Russians.
        1. Evil543
          Evil543 2 February 2018 10: 18 New
          +3
          Yeltsin and Muscovites, what is the point? If about the city, it was not Muscovites who appointed him. Then, by logic, Yekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk) is to blame
          Popov did nothing, Luzhkov did (well, about his wife and relatives in the know). Sobyanin does but don’t understand that, he got Moscow, probably a treasure buried by Meadow is looking for.
          Why didn’t Muscovites please you?
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 2 February 2018 10: 47 New
            +5
            Quote: Evil543
            Why didn’t Muscovites please you?
            Than what? By their masses in 1991 and in 1993, in support of "democracy." The whole country is still reaping the result of the "contribution" of Muscovites to the development of "underdevelopment". Was in Moscow the other day - clean, comfortable, the sausage in the test is 85-100 rubles so that the "guests of the capital" would not gobble up. When Meadow, garbage and homeless people were lying on the sidewalks there were more.
            1. Evil543
              Evil543 2 February 2018 10: 54 New
              +1
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              Quote: Evil543
              Why didn’t Muscovites please you?
              Than what? By their masses in 1991 and in 1993, in support of "democracy." The whole country is still reaping the result of the "contribution" of Muscovites to the development of "underdevelopment". Was in Moscow the other day - clean, comfortable, the sausage in the test is 85-100 rubles so that the "guests of the capital" would not gobble up. When Meadow, garbage and homeless people were lying on the sidewalks there were more.

              Is it Muscovites' fault or the one who called for it?
              And a lot of Muscovites in Moscow left?
            2. Ased
              Ased 2 February 2018 11: 24 New
              +1
              And when did Muscovites command Moscow and Russia in general?
              (I remember only one :)))
              1. Ased
                Ased 2 February 2018 11: 34 New
                +4
                If you approach from this point of view, then St. Petersburg is to blame for the plight of Russia! After all, the cradle of the three revolutions :) (joke)
                1. Evil543
                  Evil543 2 February 2018 12: 13 New
                  +2
                  It turns out that some hate the Jews, blaming them for everything, Muscovites are to blame for everything else
            3. In100gram
              In100gram 4 February 2018 21: 11 New
              0
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              When Meadow, garbage and homeless people were lying on the sidewalks there were more.

              I really disagree. During Luzhkov’s time, the snow was cleared much faster, including in the yards. Garbage both then and now is taken out regularly
    3. RASKAT
      RASKAT 2 February 2018 06: 27 New
      +6
      Eight planer, fine. But I would not only take 50 million of the fine, but also confiscate everything acquired by overwork. For him, 50 million is a penny, in his case, the penalty should not be double, but 10-times.
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 2 February 2018 06: 37 New
      +3
      Until the system is changed, the planting of governors will be just an incentive to increase the size of bribes and kickbacks, as compensation for I'm afraid. lol
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 2 February 2018 06: 42 New
        +2
        planted correctly, for the matter. but some sort of election bustle began ...
        1. Observer2014
          Observer2014 2 February 2018 07: 30 New
          +9
          Andrey Yuryevich .
          but some kind of election bustle began ...
          It’s a pity that the presidential election is only once every six years. It’s really a pity. For example, we have taken migrant workers. So far, it’s timid 5000 rubles. I didn’t take away the dachshund. Ask how I know. I’ll answer. Hm, gentlemen. It’s all around me. I have timidly asked for my passport with my 100% Slovenian physiognomy. (The police were waist-high for me laughing ) I showed the document with great pleasure and no problems. I feel that the government has moved. It is a pity, it is a pity that the elections are only once every 6 years.
        2. Partyzan
          Partyzan 2 February 2018 08: 05 New
          +7
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          planted correctly, for the matter. but somehow

          it would be better if they adopted the Chinese experience, it would be a fight against corruption
          1. Evil543
            Evil543 2 February 2018 08: 23 New
            +5
            I would love to be like a stadium, with popcorn
            1. Serving the Fatherland
              Serving the Fatherland 2 February 2018 08: 29 New
              +2
              And I wouldn’t even regret the money for the tickets! laughing
            2. Partyzan
              Partyzan 2 February 2018 17: 06 New
              0
              Quote: Evil543
              I would love to be like a stadium, with popcorn

              not you alone drinks
            3. passing
              passing 2 February 2018 17: 44 New
              0
              Quote: Evil543
              I would love to be like a stadium, with popcorn

              Tickets for this sight could be obtained only for a bribe. laughing
          2. Baloo
            Baloo 2 February 2018 08: 32 New
            +5
            Quote: Partyzan
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            planted correctly, for the matter. but somehow

            it would be better if they adopted the Chinese experience, it would be a fight against corruption

            That's right, because they warn: do not steal, you will put
            1. Lacoste
              Lacoste 2 February 2018 08: 42 New
              +2
              Quote: Balu
              Quote: Partyzan
              Quote: Andrey Yurievich
              planted correctly, for the matter. but somehow

              it would be better if they adopted the Chinese experience, it would be a fight against corruption

              That's right, because they warn: do not steal, you will put

              and if you earned money honestly? paying taxes and not stealing, wanted a watch - shooting? that's why komunyak in power will never be again, the more they stole no less)
              1. BABAY22
                BABAY22 2 February 2018 08: 55 New
                +7
                Fair? In our country?
                Yes, it’s possible for anyone with a car more than 1 million to close the Central and start turning. And the most interesting thing is that this “anyone” will think not “For what?”, But “Where did I get pierced?”
                1. Vadim237
                  Vadim237 2 February 2018 09: 24 New
                  +1
                  So it’s possible to close everything in a row - since almost everyone has property for a million or more.
                2. Lacoste
                  Lacoste 2 February 2018 22: 55 New
                  +1
                  Quote: BABAY22
                  Fair? In our country?
                  Yes, it’s possible for anyone with a car more than 1 million to close the Central and start turning. And the most interesting thing is that this “anyone” will think not “For what?”, But “Where did I get pierced?”

                  Well, who will then shoot someone if, according to your words, everyone is stealing? and who has less than a million - they really want to steal, but do not know how?)
              2. Baloo
                Baloo 2 February 2018 11: 32 New
                +1
                Quote: Lacoste
                and if you earned money honestly?

                Not only printouts, but also audio recordings were published. M. Gaidar (although by blood has nothing to do with A. Gaidar) was allowed to escape, but in vain. Navralny on freedom - he has such a role, something in between the on-duty clown and the bait on live bait.
              3. passing
                passing 2 February 2018 17: 46 New
                0
                that's why komunyak in power will never be again,

                I hope that liberalists will someday be expelled from power
                1. Lacoste
                  Lacoste 2 February 2018 22: 52 New
                  0
                  Quote: passing
                  that's why komunyak in power will never be again,

                  I hope that liberalists will someday be expelled from power

                  Blessed is he who believes) in your lifetime will not happen))

                  Help: someday written with a hyphen.
          3. Captain45
            Captain45 2 February 2018 11: 11 New
            +3
            Quote: Partyzan
            it would be better if they adopted the Chinese experience, it would be a fight against corruption

            I support, by the way, in China there is a state program for the search for crooks hiding abroad and already more than three thousand have been brought back to China for trial, and delivery is tough even with a carcass, even with a scarecrow, but they deliver or kirdyk to relatives who escaped.
        3. Gardamir
          Gardamir 2 February 2018 09: 27 New
          0
          right, for the cause
          I do not agree. It's just that we still live in Soviet reality. but soon the National Guard will be increased three times more, and the laws will be leveled. One law for livestock, another law for their own. Then these showdowns on the people will not endure. Serdyukov, after all, is also from the same series. And under the new laws, they won’t plant their own, pay compensation of a couple billion and go to retire to the Cote d'Azur .. but for now, they’ve sewed this matter to the elections.
        4. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 2 February 2018 09: 59 New
          +1
          Quote: Andrew Y.
          planted correctly, for the matter. but some sort of election bustle began ...
          Why is the election? This pretzel was "taken" much earlier than Ulyukaev, just more episodes. Now the head of the Komi Republic V. Gaiser is on the way, with the former head of the same republic V. Torlopov. Sledaki already dug fraud more than 4 billion rubles. The usual routine.
    5. Hagalaz
      Hagalaz 2 February 2018 07: 15 New
      0
      And if you are not too lazy and track further imprisonment, you can see that they will urgently release them in a couple of years.
      1. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 2 February 2018 10: 33 New
        +2
        Quote: Hagalaz
        And if you are not too lazy and track further imprisonment, you can see that they will urgently release them in a couple of years.

        Maybe they will release it. His release will go from June 2016. Count one and a half out of 8 already left, 6,5 left. In the "half" can claim to parole like any other Russian prisoner. Although, for the servants of the sovereigns this opportunity must be abolished, more power is dishonored and the foundations of the state are undermined.
    6. vlad66
      vlad66 2 February 2018 09: 04 New
      +6
      There and the road, and that would be glassy paved. yes
    7. Andrey K
      Andrey K 2 February 2018 10: 16 New
      +9
      ... and sentenced him to eight years in prison (...) in a maximum security colony ...

      Beautiful, but where is the confiscation !!!
      ... is obliged to pay a fine in an amount that is two hundred times the size of the bribe, which is almost 50 million rubles ...

      And on the accounts of relatives there was an amount multiple of the fine.
      To hard labor !!! And do not let out until EVERYTHING is returned.
    8. max702
      max702 3 February 2018 00: 35 New
      0
      After the sentence was announced, an echo walked around the hall for a long time - Foooo .....
  2. Vladivostok1969
    Vladivostok1969 2 February 2018 05: 50 New
    +6
    EVIL must be punished. But the chain can be traced. White-Kirov Forest-Navalny. Understand correctly, I do not share the views of Navalny. And the governors of United Russia are crystal honest? Something smells bad here.
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood 2 February 2018 06: 24 New
      +1
      In the Kirovles Navalny case, as far as I remember, they were acquitted.
      1. dik-nsk
        dik-nsk 2 February 2018 06: 28 New
        +1
        not. the ECtHR returned it, and ours re-convicted
      2. Vladivostok1969
        Vladivostok1969 2 February 2018 06: 56 New
        +2
        I just drew attention to the connection. And Navalny, yes, at large. But they didn’t let me in on presidents. Trouble is trouble.
    2. dik-nsk
      dik-nsk 2 February 2018 06: 46 New
      +8
      Are United Russia governors crystal clear?

      Dudka, the governor of Tula, 9,5 years old, sat in 2011
      Denin, Bryansk, 4 years in 2015
      Smirnov, mayor of Bryansk, 4 years
      well, and a series of pending under investigation: Vyacheslav Gaiser (Komi), Alexander Khoroshavin (Sakhalin), Alexander Solovyov (Udmurtia)
      So the party has nothing to do with it
      1. Captain45
        Captain45 2 February 2018 11: 16 New
        0
        Quote: dik-nsk
        a series of pending under investigation: ..... Alexander Khoroshavin (Sakhalin),

        To the topic of Khoroshavin:
        All that is gained by excessive labor ...

        Irina Lisichkina Published: 12.09.2016 09: 07
        The other day, the former wife of the ex-governor of Sakhalin, languishing for the second year in prison and accused of fabulous bribes, complained to Business-FM in tears - just a little more and she will have to go homeless. The fact is that on September 3 the court upheld the decision to confiscate the property of the former official and his family members - four apartments in Moscow, land plots on Rublevka and a fleet of expensive foreign cars. Just a billion rubles with a tail. How so, Irina Khoroshavina is indignant! “The husband has a shelter and will. And he has at least three times a day stew. And today we remain - that’s 10 thousand of my pension and that’s all, ”she slashed the truth of the womb, demonstrating her attitude to her ex-spouse without any intention. Well, no matter how offended you are, yesterday you are a governor and mistress of the sea, and today you are a 58-year-old lady with a pension in the amount of the subsistence minimum. But how it all began well - shortly after the arrest, Irina Khoroshavina filed for divorce, and then demanded to divide up the plentiful family property ... This feint then surprised very few people - the official section would allow to “wash” the apartments, cars and other considerable “nishtyaks” brought to family by the husband-governor. But here's the bad luck - the deal with the divorce burned out, but with the section of goodness - no. This is all for nothing - only recently, Our Version wrote about a curious trend emerging among officials and deputies: servants of the people are getting divorced in packs, thus getting rid of the need to declare houses abroad and accounts in foreign banks. In the State Duma alone, the number of parliamentarians tearing apart family bonds exceeded 100 people! It is believed that this is a good way to preserve property. Just now, Khoroshavin’s example should be wound by crafty crooks. This is how you get divorced, and then they will also leave you a cell and prison stew ...

        Source: https://versia.ru/vsyo-chto-nazhito-neposilnym-tr
        udom
      2. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 2 February 2018 22: 39 New
        0
        I read somewhere that Dudka is a really good specialist in the military-industrial complex, and his knowledge should be used for the good of the country.
  3. Herculesic
    Herculesic 2 February 2018 06: 17 New
    +3
    We have holidays soon, lawyers will appeal, and he will either be released under an amnesty, or they will review the term for a suspended sentence! He didn’t steal three bags of potatoes, he can be easily changed, so do not rejoice!
    1. Vladivostok1969
      Vladivostok1969 2 February 2018 06: 21 New
      +6
      Unfortunately, Ulyukaev is waiting for this too; they have earned lawyers.
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii 2 February 2018 06: 27 New
        10
        All this looks like a revealing flogging without removing his pants.
    2. kirgiz58
      kirgiz58 2 February 2018 06: 25 New
      +3
      Quote: Herkulesich
      We have holidays soon, lawyers will appeal, and he will either be released under an amnesty, or they will review the term for a suspended sentence! He didn’t steal three bags of potatoes, he can be easily changed, so do not rejoice!

      The deadline is the deadline. But this is not the worst offense for the whites: - "You hurt you, money is taken back, although not all, but every penny is earned by blood and then, and moved from the feeder sweet. Moreover, the same governors at each intersection will shout “!!”. laughing
      1. Herculesic
        Herculesic 2 February 2018 06: 57 New
        +1
        This is not a problem - yet it’s stolen, what an unseen thing!
    3. DEDPIHTO
      DEDPIHTO 2 February 2018 06: 59 New
      +1
      Quote: Herkulesich
      He didn’t steal three bags of potatoes

      Compared with ex-governor Khoroshavin, he is a rogue with a bag of potato, dishonored, so to speak, the entire governor's lodge by petty begging laughing Child vertical power ..
  4. user1212
    user1212 2 February 2018 06: 24 New
    +7
    Now the howl will begin. After all, they put a non-worthy one. A bloody hand, a rusty Chekist hook, bonfires of the revolution, and more laughing
    But overall not enough. Our UK is loyal. 20 years, in the American manner, it would be just right
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 2 February 2018 06: 44 New
      +2
      Quote: user1212
      Now the howl will begin. After all, they put a non-worthy one. Bloody Arms

      it’s good to talk nonsense ... he’s just a swindler and a bribe-taker, a pure crime.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 2 February 2018 06: 42 New
    +2
    Deserved - get it regardless of your position. The only trouble is that for others it does not serve as a science in their corruption activities.
  6. Ferdinant
    Ferdinant 2 February 2018 07: 09 New
    +2
    $ 600 thousand. Small for the governor, and for this they planted.
    1. Golovan Jack
      Golovan Jack 2 February 2018 07: 54 New
      +6
      Quote: Ferdinant
      $ 600 thousand for the governor

      But quite drawn to "in especially large sizes."
      Quote: Ferdinant
      for this and put

      Planted for what they could prove.
      And in itself, that planted - IMHO well yes
  7. LeonidL
    LeonidL 2 February 2018 07: 33 New
    0
    One among the liberals was a seemingly decent man, and he could not stand the art ... Money spoils people
    1. Captain45
      Captain45 2 February 2018 14: 05 New
      +1
      Quote: LeonidL
      One among the liberals was a seemingly decent man, and he could not stand the art ... Money spoils people

      "Throughout the city there is one decent person - the prosecutor. Yes and that, to tell the truth, a pig" (c) N.V. Gogol "Dead Souls" There is nothing new under the moon lol
  8. Dormidont
    Dormidont 2 February 2018 09: 48 New
    +1
    As said classic
  9. forty-eighth
    forty-eighth 2 February 2018 09: 52 New
    0
    a fine in the amount that is two hundred times the size of the bribe, which is almost 50 million rubles

    The total amount of vyatka is about 0,6 million euros

    Are I making ends meet?
    I roughly estimated and received that two hundred times from 0,6 million euros comes out 120 million euros or 8,5 billion rubles.
    What is the reality of the matter?
  10. Berkut24
    Berkut24 2 February 2018 10: 41 New
    +2
    I think that any governor or minister, even if he was not caught at work, should lose his passport a year before the termination of his powers and should be checked by the Investigative Committee and the Federal Tax Service upon dismissal.
    1. Captain45
      Captain45 2 February 2018 11: 21 New
      +2
      Quote: Berkut24
      I think that any governor or minister, even if he was not caught at work, should lose his passport a year before the termination of his powers and should be checked by the Investigative Committee and the Federal Tax Service upon dismissal.

      As A.V.Suvorov said there (I don’t remember literally): “You can hang any quartermaster after a year of service,” like that.
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii 2 February 2018 12: 38 New
        +7
        The quartermaster is fine now. There are a lot of teachings, and dry and stews even more. smile
        1. Captain45
          Captain45 2 February 2018 14: 06 New
          0
          Quote: ul_vitalii
          The quartermaster is fine now. There are a lot of teachings, and dry and stews even more. smile

          Especially in outsourcing. Suck and suck like a calf laughing
  11. Slovak
    Slovak 2 February 2018 22: 45 New
    0
    Quote: A resident of the Urals
    Interestingly, I lived in Moscow for several years, just before Sobyanin. In the underground passage, where I walked, and in the adjoining territory every six months, tiles were laid, and the former, still new, was barbarously smashed and laid exactly the same. It was very curious - probably this is such a national Moscow fun.)

    God forbid you the same wife, a lover of tile production ...
  12. earloop
    earloop 3 February 2018 02: 34 New
    +1
    If the process goes like that, then the ex-ex-governor of the Belykhs, then the ex-ex-minister Ulyukaev, etc., etc.: there will be no one to do ordinary work in the "zone".
    1. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 4 February 2018 00: 06 New
      +2
      Quote: earloop
      If the process goes like that, then the ex-ex-governor of the Belykhs, then the ex-ex-minister Ulyukaev, etc., etc.: there will be no one to do ordinary work in the "zone".

      These books will be put in the library, and the prisoners will work. Well, in the evening, over a cup of cifir, reputable librarians will share their experiences with criminal lessons, how to steal a million.
  13. Comrade Kim
    Comrade Kim 3 February 2018 16: 36 New
    0
    This is a petty job!
    It's time to think about big fish.
    Homeland sale: why are the “rich and successful” fleeing offshore?
  14. vissarion
    vissarion 3 February 2018 19: 49 New
    0
    Everything for White will end well. A PR campaign will be held now, the elections will end and Putin will release all his accomplices. Nerves shake. sure. but it will end well. The truth will have to share. but this is the cost of the moment.