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MOSCOW, October 14 (Itar-Tass) - The court of the Moscow Presnya district on Monday extended the custody of Vladimir Golubkov, the former head of Rosbank, until November 16, an Itar-Tass correspondent reported from the courtroom on Monday.
Golubkov’s custody was supposed to be over on October 16. Golubkov’s assumed accomplice Tamara Polyanitsyna will remain under house arrest until November 16.
Golubkov is being charged with illegally obtaining over a million dollars in 2012-2013 by allegedly extorting the money from a representative of a commercial organization in exchange for extending a credit contract and concluding an additional agreement for reducing an interest rate and the sum of monthly payments.