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A court in Kiev reduced bail, leaving oligarch Kolomoisky in custody

MOSCOW, February 28 – RIA Novosti. Kiev’s Shevchenkovsky District Court kept Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky (on Russia’s list of terrorists and extremists) in custody while reducing his bail to 2.4 billion hryvnias (more than $52.2 million), the Ukrainian publication reported.mirror of the week“Based on the court decision.

As previously reported, the Shevchenkovsky District Court of Kiev on November 23 extended the pre-trial investigation into the Kolomoisky case until March 2, 2024. The court had previously rejected the request of Kolomoisky’s lawyer and left his client in custody with the possibility of release on bail of 3.9 billion hryvnia (about $105 million).

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“The Kiev Shevchenko District Court left Igor Kolomoisky in custody, but reduced the bail amount from 2.65 billion hryvnia to 2.4 billion hryvnia. The relevant decision was made at the meeting on February 27,” a message published on the publication’s website says.

It was noted that prosecutors requested that Kolomoisky continue to be held in the pre-trial detention center during the pre-trial investigation. In response, the businessman’s lawyers insisted that the preventive measure be changed from detention to house arrest, citing the client’s poor health condition.

As the Ukrainian television channel “Pryamoy” later reported, Kolomoisky’s detention was extended until April 25. According to lawyers, the businessman does not intend to pay bail, despite the decrease in the amount, according to the Telegram television channel.

On September 2, the Security Service of Ukraine charged Kolomoisky with fraud and legalization of property obtained through crime. On the same day, a court in Kiev detained him for two months with the possibility of him paying bail of 3.891 billion hryvnia. According to the Bureau of Economic Security of Ukraine, Kolomoisky is suspected of organizing forgery of documents for the transfer of funds, the seizure of another’s property by an organized group on a particularly large scale, as well as the acquisition and disposal of property. “obtained through crime.”

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