Russian media watchdog’s spokesperson appeals his house arrest in fraud case
MOSCOW, October 12 (RAPSI) – Press secretary for the Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor Vadim Ampelonsky has filed an appeal with the Chertanovsky District Court of Moscow against a ruling to put him under house arrest in fraud case, the court’s spokesperson Stanislav Yezhov told RAPSI on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Ampelonsky was put under house arrest until November 7 along with two other Roskomnadzor officials, Alexander Veselchakov and Boris Yedidin.
According to the court’s press-service, the watchdog’s employees are suspected of large-scale fraud. No further information is available yet.