$US 800K worth of timber illegally traded in Krasnovisherskiy

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October 20, 2020 - Perm, Russia

Charges have been brought against three men accused of illegal timber harvests valued at about US$ 800,000. The men drew up fictitious contracts for the sale and purchase of timber with local residents for their own consumption. The timber was felled, sold, and the money was distributed amongst members of the alleged criminal group. The timber harvests occurred between 2016 and 2018 in the state-owned forests of Krasnovisherskiy.

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