Completed the re-investigation of the death of the head of Total.

© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Aminopherase in photobacteria aircraft in Vnukovo. Hivnae photoCompleted the re-investigation of the death of the head of Total.© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Aminopherase the image Bank

The RF IC has completed the re-investigation against the managers of the airport Vnukovo, according to investigators, medosmotry for snow crashed into the plane of the head of Total Christophe de Margerie, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, the lawyer Igor Chernetsky.

Earlier, the case against all defendants was considered by the Solntsevsky court of Moscow, but the judge only sentenced the driver of the snow machines Vladimir Martynenko and engineer Vladimir Ledeneva. The case against the dispatcher Alexander Kruglov and Hope Arkhipova, and flight Director Roman Dunayev returned to the Prosecutor for elimination of violations.

«The Prosecutor’s office sent the case back to the Investigation Committee. Currently, the investigation is completed, my client and others charged in the revised edition. But its essence remains the same — they are accused in «Infringement of safety rules of movement of air transport, entailed on imprudence death of two and more persons»», — said Chernetsky.

According to the lawyer, in the near future the accused and their defenders will begin to get acquainted with criminal case materials.

«It may take four or five months, after which the case will be again sent to the court,» he said.

On the night of October 21, 2014 in Vnukovo airport during takeoff crashed into a snow removing machine, the plane Falcon 50EX airline Unijet. The crash killed four people — the President of the French energy group Total Christophe de Margerie and three crew members.

According to investigators, snowblower, at the wheel which sat drunk Vladimir Martynenko, breaking all the rules, left on the runway that did not control senior shift engineer Vladimir Ledenev. Head of flights Roman Dunayev, dispatcher Alexander Kruglov and Nadezhda Arkhipova, as suggested by consequence, knew of the potential danger to aircraft, but not reported it to the pilots. The result was a collision.