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Messenger helped to reveal negligence in the actions of the ex-head of Norilsk during the oil spill

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MOSCOW, October 18. / TASS /. Investigators have revealed negligence in the actions of the former mayor of Norilsk Rinat Akhmetchin after the oil spill at CHPP-3 due to the analysis of the contents of his messenger. This was announced on Sunday by the chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Bastrykin, in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
According to him, during the investigation of the circumstances of the oil spill, the contents of one of Akhmetchin’s messengers were analyzed. “The information received made it possible to identify signs of criminal negligence, which manifested itself in the untimely introduction of the emergency regime and entailed a significant increase in the amount of damage caused,” Bastrykin said.
He also said that the criminologists of the IC headquarters were directly involved in the inspection of the site of the oil spill. Given the scale, it took several days, it was a complex process of inspection and recording of the situation. “Special technical means were used for this,” Bastrykin said.
He noted that now the RF IC is testing a portable software and hardware complex designed to extract digital information both in laboratory and field conditions.
After the fuel spill at the Norilsk CHPP-3, which occurred on May 29 this year, the Investigative Committee opened a criminal case of negligence against 55-year-old Akhmetchin. Now it is being considered in the Norilsk city court.
Akhmetchin was elected mayor of the city in September 2017. Prior to his election, from 2008 to 2017, he was the general director of Norilsk Industrial Transport. On July 28, the Norilsk city council accepted the resignation of Akhmetchin, who had previously told reporters that the decision to resign was due to the lack of confidence in him on the part of the regional authorities.
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