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MOSCOW, June 4 (Itar-Tass) — The Nikulino Court of Moscow on Monday sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment ex-director of the CIS bureau for the coordination of fight against organised crime police Lieutenant-General Alexander Bokov for misappropriation of almost 10 million US dollars through fraud.
Alexander Bokov and his accomplices - Director General of the International Cossack Development Fund Mikhail Kreimer and CEO of the Stroibeton company Sergei Stepanov were found guilty under Article 159, part 4 of the RF Criminal Code (large-scale fraud).