The investigation into the case of Media-MOST holding company head Vladimir Gusinsky is to be stepped up, Russian law-enforcement sources are quoted as saying. A large number of investigative measures including searches and possible arrests are planned. From ten to fifteen people could be taken into custody, and the arrests are likely to be made in stages, according to the Interfax news agency. The Russia’s prosecutor general's office has already brought charges against high-ranking representatives of Media-MOST and the Moscow government. Media-MOST's chief financial officer Anton Titov has already been arrested. Criminal proceedings against Gusinsky were launched last November.
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