The Tulupov trial began last October. The prosecutor asked for eight and a half years of strict regime for him and a fine of 25 million rubles.
As part of the investigation of this case, the court arrested the deputy director of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Main Military Construction Directorate No. 4” Larisa Leontieva, whose structure acted as another intermediary in relations between merchants and Tulupov’s administration in the purchase of ventilators.
Leontieva is charged with embezzlement of almost 400 million rubles. The investigation believes that the cost of each of the 350 Yuwell YH-730 delivered to the hospitals of the Ministry of Defense, whose market value is about 100 thousand rubles, was ten times overstated.
“Kommersant”, 11/15/2022, “The breath of the military turned out to be priceless”: According to investigators, the Ministry of Defense had to overpay for a batch of 350 breathing machines in total 393.261 million rubles. Considering that the market value of one Yuwell YH-730 device today is about 115 thousand rubles, each device cost the customer 1 million rubles. more expensive, and the total price of the “coronavirus” supply turned out to be overstated at least tenfold. The first suspects in the initiated criminal case were merchants-buyers from among the leaders of the LLC, but they explained that all contracts were concluded by them on behalf of and on behalf of Leontyeva, deputy director of the GVSU. […]
It is interesting that, despite the ongoing investigation of the criminal case, Larisa Leontieva remained at large for a long time and all this time supplied letters of recommendation from various foreign companies to the UISP, in which they vied with each other to praise the Yuwell YH-730.
The last letter – from Golden Way and Visterlo Trading Company limited – she brought literally on the eve of her detention and arrest, which occurred on March 18 this year. Thus, she “tried to create an imaginary evidence base from forged documents and testimonies of imaginary witnesses in order to avoid criminal liability,” said the investigator who requested her arrest. — Inset K.ru