Dmitry Frolov was hundreds of times poorer than his subordinate.
Behind the arrested colonel from the K Office was Valery Miroshnikov, deputy head of the Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA), who developed gray schemes for the collapse of banks.
The court turned the property of the FSB colonel Kirill Cherkalin and his relatives in the amount of 6.3 billion rubles to the state revenue to the majority of the amount Cherkalin received from illegal sources.
The investigation established ties between senior FSB officers and bankers.
The richest FSB officer agreed to voluntarily give the authorities nearly 6 billion rubles.
Where did the Russian security forces get their suitcases of money on the example of Colonel Kirill Cherkalin.
Details of cooperation of the security officer with bankers are disclosed.
Colonel of the FSB and his relatives became defendants in the lawsuit of the Prosecutor General’s Office, from which they want to recover 6.3 billion rubles.