Whereabouts of ex-owner of Cherkizon Telman Ismailov revealed
Currently, he lives in a rented villa and negotiates with local authorities on non-extradition to Russia.
Former owner of the Cherkizovsky market Telman Ismailov, accused of contract murder, is hiding in Montenegro. An informed source told The CrimeRussia. According to him, the runaway oligarch negotiated with the ruling circles of this country about non-extradition to the Russia.
Let's remind that last year the Ismailov’s family lived in a mansion on the territory of the Mardan Palace hotel complex in Antalya. However, fearing of extradition to the Russian Federation, they left Turkey, as local law enforcement agencies had questions to Telman Ismailov. According to the Turkish investigators, he is involved in the case of the murder of thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniev (Rovshan Lenkoransky). Then the oligarch's family moved to France. But even there he did not feel safe, because he was put on the international wanted list by the Interpol line.
Currently he lives in a rented villa in Montenegro. There he recorded his recent video message, where he expressed fears that his brother Rafik Ismailov could be "eliminated" before the trial. With regard to him, an investigation was completed and soon an accusation of organizing the murder of two businessmen (part 2 of Article 105 and Article 222 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) must be approved by the Prosecutor's Office, and then the materials will be transferred to the court.
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