General of the customs service was accused of helping smugglers

Head of the customs inquiry FTS of Lieutenant-General Alexander Kizlyk accused that he helped to escape from criminal liability of suspects in the smuggling of cash, said the investigator in court. According to him, during searches at the residence addresses Kiselica were found and seized $600 000, 600 000 euros, gold bars and luxury watches, reports the Agency “Moscow”.

Kizlik pleaded not guilty. He rejected accusations that helped the smugglers to escape from criminal liability. Thus the General FCS noted that facilitating the termination of the administrative proceedings provided by law, if the defendant has made one-fourth the amount of illegally transported goods.

Protection Kiselica also denied direct involvement of her client to the crime and requested the court to sentence him to house arrest. Despite this, the Basmanny court decided to put Kiselica into custody until February 22.

Customs officers at the airport “Domodedovo” was detained on charges of bribery Claims law enforcement agencies have emerged 10 customs officers Policy

All General regarded two episodes of abuse of power, in particular, according to investigators, he helped to evade criminal liability for the wife of the Ambassador of Russia in Kenya Dmitry Maksimychev, according to RBC. According to TASS and “Interfax”, she illegally took more than $50 000. Kislik told the court that the Ambassador’s wife “was in a painful condition, inadequate”, so the investigator decided not to prosecute. In October, the denial was overturned and the case was still opened.

during the meeting, the judge said that this case involves four defendants, reports “Interfax”. This Deputy Kiselica Alex Silver, Deputy heads of Vnukovo and Domodedovo customs Konstantin Mishin Yuri Cherkashin, as well as a Shurigin, whose name has not previously mentioned in the context of this case.

the FCS has not officially commented on the accusations against its employees. The service confirmed that its headquarters in Vnukovo and Domodedovo units were searched, and in respect of certain employees under investigations.

In July on suspicion in receiving a bribe was detained 10 employees of the customs authorities: nine in the Domodedovo customs office and one at Vnukovo. According to investigators, they received bribes from passengers who tried to smuggle undeclared goods and money.