“The chances of survival are 40-50%”: the court postponed Oleg’s Tinkov’s case against the US authorities amid complications from the businessman after the operation

Earlier, the US Department of Justice accused Tinkov of hiding assets worth $ 1 billion before the tax.

After a stem cell transplant, Oleg Tinkov developed “very serious complications,” said the businessman’s lawyer Alex Beilin. He spoke about this in a London court, where on December 11, hearings on the case of Tinkov’s extradition to the United States were supposed to take place, TASS reports.

“There is rejection, the so-called graft-versus-host reaction. This is due to the blood type. The survival rate is estimated at 40-50%, ”Beilin said.

The lawyer asked to postpone the meeting again, the court granted the request. A new hearing will take place on March 15, 2021.

The trial is postponed for the sixth time. Initially, the consideration of the case was supposed to take place in February-April 2020 in London.
In March, the US Department of Justice accused Tinkov of hiding assets worth $ 1 billion from the tax office. The businessman was released on bail.
On March 6, 2020, he announced that he had leukemia.
In early December, Tinkov reported that full recovery “goes somewhere in the middle of 2021.”
In December, he also sold shares in Tinkoff for $ 325 million: he plans to spend part of the money on a fund to fight blood cancer, and the other part on “resolving personal legal problems.”

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