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The court sentenced the former head of RAO Fedotov to five years in prison

Presnensky court of Moscow sentenced former head of the "Russian authors 'society" (RAO) Sergei Fedotov to five years in a penal colony for the theft of 762 million rubles, RIA news from the courtroom.

The Prosecutor had earlier requested for Fedotov 5.5 years in prison, while other defendants - his mother Vera Fedotova, his former employee Angela Agacino and ex-CEO of CJSC "Service-the operational company", which managed the assets of RAO, the Svetlana Temesheva - in less than a year. The defense asked for leniency and conditional terms.

The Prosecutor asked to 5.5 years in prison for the former head of RAO Fedotov

The Prosecutor asked to sentence to 5.5 years in prison the former head of the Russian authors ' society (RAO) of Sergey Fedotov in the case of fraud amounting to more than 762 million rubles, RIA news from the hall of Presnensky court of Moscow.

"In conjunction with the previously imposed sentence is asked to appoint punishment in the form of 5 years and 6 months with punishment serving in a colony of General regime", - said the Prosecutor.

With the ex-head of the RAO and the other defendants want to recover 762 million rubles

The Prosecutor sought to recover more than 762 million rubles from the former head of the Russian authors ' society (RAO) Sergei Fedotov and other defendants in the case of fraud, the correspondent of RIA news from the hall of Presnensky court of Moscow.

"The civil claim of the Russian author's society are asked to meet," said the Prosecutor.

The former head of RAO admitted in court his guilt in the theft of 762 million rubles

Former head of the Russian authors ' society (RAO) Sergei Fedotov admitted his guilt in the fraud at more than 762 million rubles, RIA news from the hall of Presnensky court of Moscow.

"I admit my guilt, repent," - said Fedotov asked by the judge. He added that he asks to consider case in a special manner, although not able to challenge after the verdict on the actual circumstances of the case.