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The Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky city court have sentenced to different prison terms the captains of two Russian fishing vessels that were found guilty of illegal crab catches
The Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky city court have sentenced to different prison terms the captains of two Russian fishing vessels that were found guilty of illegal crab catches, the Kamchatka regional Prosecutor’s Office told Itar-Tass on Wednesday. The captain of the Karla Fey trawler has been sentenced to three years in prison and a fine of 300,000 roubles for power abuse, illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Russian exclusive economic zone, contraband and illegal crossing of the state border. Captain of the Shumshu ship has been given a suspended sentence of two years in jail with a two-year probation period. He was found guilty of power abuse. The investigation has found that the Karla Fey trawler being at sea in a foreign voyage regime (with closed border) illegally caught and processed over 30 tonnes of crab. The captain of the Karla Fey ship by agreement with the Shumshu captain that was in coastwise navigation (with open border) reloaded poached crab on the vessel. Fictitious documents on the cargo were issued and under the disguise of herring the valuable crab products were delivered to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Law enforcement agencies of environmental conservation Prosecutor’s Office of the Kamchatka region expose the fraud. “Insistence of the prosecutor in defending state interests has made it possible at the pre-trial stage to compensate for the ecological damage worth over 12 million roubles inflicted on the Russian Federation,” the Prosecutor’s Office officials pointed out.
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