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The richest official in Russia and Sakhalin was detained in Khabarovsk

The richest official in Russia and Sakhalin was detained in Khabarovsk
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The richest official in Russia and Sakhalin was detained in Khabarovsk. Deputy of the Sakhalin Regional Duma Dmitry Pashov was brought in for interrogation.

As the Sakhalin.Info, the interrogation is related to the case, the term of prosecution for which has already expired. We are talking about a video shown on the Russia-24 TV channel with the participation of the "crab king" Oleg Kan, in which one of Pashov's friends pulls a fish from the Red Book from the river.

Deputy Pashov was interrogated about fish, and then he was charged in cases in which Oleg Kan is now on the international wanted list. Cana is accused of murder entrepreneur Valery Pkhidenko. The murder took place in Vladivostok in October 2010. Kan was brought in as an accused and put on the federal wanted list, but they could not detain him, since he left Russia.

According to the resource, Kan fled to South Korea, rewriting assets to Dmitry Pashov, after which he became the richest deputy not only on Sakhalin, but throughout Russia.

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