The former head of the Bank, “Michael” escaped from under house arrest – media

Former Chairman of the Board “Michael” Igor Doroshenko ran from the house and at night. This was reported by a source in law enforcement bodies, writes FinClub.

It is noted that on January 27, the investigator appealed to the Dniprovskiy district court of Kiev with the requirement to change Doroshenko measure due to the fact that the former head of “Michael” stopped coming to the investigator. Also, the investigator proposed to declare Doroshenko wanted. The judge has satisfied this petition.

The lawyer Rostislav Kravets, who represented the interests of Igor Doroshenko in court, said it ended the contract with the client, and refused to comment on the information.

Doroshenko calls on a mobile phone did not answer, and his wife Elmira Doroshenko wrote in the social network Facebook: “In connection with sharp deterioration of state of health my husband was recently hospitalized and is hospitalized in one of medical institutions of Kiev! All of its attorneys and duties are carried out in full accordance with the laws of Ukraine”.

Doroshenko was a key suspect in the case of “Michael”. The police investigate the theft from the Bank more than 2 billion UAH, including damage to 870 million UAH was charged with Igor Doroshenko. Ex-official accused of committing crimes under part 5 of article 191 (“Assignment, waste of property or taking to them by abuse of official position”) and article 218-1 (“Bringing the Bank to insolvency”) of the criminal code.

13 August 2016 the Shevchenkovsky district court of Kiev arrested. but on 3 December he was suddenly released from prison – even without making a Deposit, which could amount to 137.8 million UAH.

The judge imposed the measure of restraint in the form of home and at night from 20:00 to 7:00. On 16 January 2017 the Appellate court of Kiev left the preventive measure unchanged. This preferential treatment ended in early February.

Earlier SBU reported that have information about the intention … to go with the family to Canada.