Source Pravda.Ru

Sensational Trials Coming Up: Russia's Top Prosecutor

Investigation is underway on many sensational cases, and more are coming up, said Vladimir Ustinov, federal Prosecutor-General, as reporters inquired about the cases of former Aeroflot and Media-Most bosses. Tycoon Boris Berezovsky, involved in the Aeroflot case, avoids whatever contacts with investigators. He is presently abroad and on the list of wanted criminals, and his case has been separated for trial, said the top prosecutor. He refused to specify any details "not to reveal investigation strategies and tactics". Mr. Ustinov was no less secretive on the Media-Most controversy. "We have not left anyone out," he snapped when asked about the case of media tycoon Vladimir Gusinsky. The top prosecutor's office has just received Auditing Chamber information about a check on the Inkombank. Some of the personnel are under suspicion, Vladimir Ustinov transparently hinted.

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