Documents are being confiscated from the Media-MOST holding company's accountants department within the framework of the case of Media-MOST head Vladimir Gusinsky. The first documents were confiscated on January 26, Media-MOST defence lawyer Pavel Astakhov said on Thursday. He said that the investigators' target is the spending of credits and promissory-note operations. "Obviously, the Prosecutor General's Office has questions about the word 'promissory note', although promissory-note deals are envisioned in the law and there is nothing illegal about them," Interfax news agency cites Astakhov as saying. He announced that the Prosecutor General's Office had earlier questioned Media-MOST's chief accountant Mikhail Kalashnikov for the fourth time.