9,000m3 of timber including Spruce, Pine, Fir and Cedar harvested illegally near Krasnovishersk

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September 12, 2020 - Perm, Russia

The Prosecutors Office of the Perm Territory approved the indictment in the criminal case against a district forester who allegedly organized a criminal network to illegally log forest plantations. More than 9,000 cubic meters of timber of various species including Spruce, Pine, Fir and Cedar were harvested illegally. The crime occurred sometime during and, or before 2018.

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9,000m3 of timber including Spruce, Pine, Fir and Cedar harvested illegally near Krasnovishersk

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