The former Colonel GRU Vladimir Kvachkov, 2013
Former Colonel GRU Vladimir Kvachkov, convicted of organizing an armed rebellion, was questioned as a suspect in the case of public appeals to implementation of terrorist activity. About this RAPSI said his lawyer Oksana mikhalkina.
“Criminal case initiated on the fact of public appeals to terrorist activity or justification of terrorism, article 205 of the criminal code with a “1”. On it provides till seven years of imprisonment”, — said mikhalkina.
Kvachkov, according to her, as a suspect was questioned on Tuesday the FSB Directorate for the Republic of Mordovo. The interrogation was conducted in the presence of a lawyer Dmitry Lilo. The former Colonel GRU “from testimony refused, therefore, no question of recognition or non-recognition of the fault can not go,” said mikhalkina.
“We believe that now the situation is created artificially to increase the term of departure of punishment Kvachkova. In Mordovia is very harsh conditions, if it starts investigations, it may just not worry about it,” said the lawyer.
In 2005 Kvachkov indicted in the assassination of the current head of RUSNANO, Anatoly Chubais. After three years of imprisonment he was acquitted, but the next day was arrested on a new case that had “classified”.
In February 2013 Kvachkov was sentenced to 13 years in strict regime colony. Several months later the Supreme court reduced his sentence to eight years. Kvachkov was found guilty under part 1 of article 30, article 279 (preparation for organising an armed rebellion), part 1 of article 205-1 criminal code of Russian Federation (assistance of terrorist activity) and part 2 of article 222 of the RF criminal code (illegal storage of arms) of the criminal code.
According to the FSB, Quacko, being a suspect on the case of attempt on Chubais and being under house arrest, visited Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Tula and Ryazan, where he conducted anti-government propaganda among the military. Himself Kvachkov denied it and claimed that formed partisan groups to reflect intervention.