The main defendant in the resonant case of the collapse of Falcon admitted their own guilt. Thus the snowthrower from Vnukovo hopes for the consideration of the case in a special order, which implies a less severe punishment.
1 of the main defendants in the case about the plane crash head of tax Total at Vnukovo airport, the driver of the snow machines had recognized a fault. That Vladimir Martynenko confessed to the crime and asked to review his case in a special order, told the defender of the accused.
"We believe that in this particular situation, based on the materials of the case, the most correct is to plead guilty and hope for leniency," said the lawyer Alexander Karabanov "Interfax".
Adept Martynenko added that he, together with his client completed the familiarization with the case materials. Among other things, the lawyer expressed hope that the remaining defendants in the case and their protection "will not engage in populism and agree on a special order."
Version Karabanov, only if the consent of all defendants in the case, it could be considered that way. "I know not many agree, but suggest that persuasion will win", -said the defender of the snowthrower from Vnukovo.
Note that a special procedure takes account of the proceedings in court without examining the evidence. In this scenario, the suspect confessed to the crime, but his punishment can not exceed 2 thirds of the maximum term of imprisonment.
Remember, in a plane crash at the Vnukovo airport, which occurred on the night of October 21, 2014, has died, the head of French energy company Total, Christophe de Margerie, as well as 3 crew members. During acceleration on the runway the plane at high speed collided with a snow machine.
Basmanny Tribunal of Moscow took the leading engineer airfield airport service Vladimir Ledeneva, a snowplow driver Vladimir Martynenko and Manager Alexander Kruglov. 2 more people - Manager-trainee Svetlana Crimson and Manager of the flight Vnukovo airport novel Dunaev - sent under house arrest. All defendants charged.
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