London Court refused to deliver Berezovsky’s son-in-law to Russia
The magistrate's court of Westminster in London refused to extradite Boris Berezovsky’s son-in-law Georgy Shuppe to Russia, Associated Press reports.
According to the agency, the judge denied the corresponding request of the Russian Federation, emphasizing that Moscow has 14 days to appeal the decision.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, Georgy Shuppe was put on the international wanted list in 2014, and in 2015 the Moscow City Court authorized the arrest of Boris Berezovsky’s son-in-law in absentia. According to the investigators, Shuppe along with businessman Mikhail Nekrich is a paymaster of a murder of multimillionaire Aleksander Mineev who was shot by killers in his own SUV on January 22, 2014. The death of the oligarch was preceded by rapid raider capture of firms belonging to him by unknown persons.
At the end of November 2014, law enforcement authorities detained performers of the murder – Boris Karamatov and Dmitry Kurylenko, who called the names of ‘customers’ to the investigation.
Lieutenant General Oleg Troshin announced he is going to retire in May 2018. He is doing it following a decision taken a year ago – not due to non-existent issues with the agency reported by some local media outlets.
A serious and not at all political clash of interests is taking place at the Russian Federation Council. Kamchatka senators Valery Ponomarev and Boris Nevzorov are failing at deciding how to divide the Kamchatka water resources; both men make millions of dollars off of them every year.