At the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia, two citizens were extradited from Montenegro to Russia, accused of especially large-scale fraud, as well as violation of copyright and related rights.
It is noted that the suspect did not fulfill the obligation to repay the debt and disappeared.
The Prosecutor General’s Office also reported that Viktor Zhilin, director of the Arkhangelskgrazhdanproekt Design Institute, from March 2002 to August 2008, having two licensed copies of the software product at the enterprise’s disposal, instructed his subordinates to copy and install counterfeit software on 22 working computers. Objects of copyright and related rights were illegally used until 2011.
“Since the accused fled from the law enforcement agencies, a preventive measure in the form of detention was chosen against them and an international wanted list was announced,” the Prosecutor General’s Office said.
Both were detained on the territory of Montenegro. Extradition requests have been granted. Accompanied by a special convoy, Madiev and Zhilin were transported to Russia in transit through Turkey.
Earlier it was reported that Italy, at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office, will extradite to Russia businessman Andrei Smyshlyaev, who is accused of deliberate bankruptcy and fraud.
Source site russian.rt.com